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DCRF Webinar 4: Open Office Hours discussion - Shared screen with speaker view
David Murphy
27:16
If there is time, I can pop in and speak to the CRCOG efforts coming up regarding Resilient Connecticut
Nancy Alderman
38:20
How do we ask a question?
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
38:42
Please use the raise hand function or put the question in the chat. We will call on people to unmute.
Nancy Alderman
40:03
I don’t see raise hand
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
40:16
I will call on you next
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
42:36
demhs.hmgp@ct.gov
David Murphy
45:21
Stephanie, the HMP action is "Conduct public outreach and a cost-benefit analysis to determine a preferred flood mitigation measure to implement at the library." My opinion is that this action is sufficient for covering a new library that does not have flood risk. Let's check in offline.
Rebecca French, CT DEEP
47:17
16. How are extreme heat public health impacts incorporated into the DEEP Climate Resilience Fund?Community climate resilience planning is intended to focus on helping protect people, property, livelihoods, health, and community services/lifelines. Specific actions that result in protecting people from climate impacts such as extreme heat or floodwaters are part of climate resilience planning under Track 1. Local health directors or non-profits focusing how climate impacts public health are eligible for climate resilience planning funds. Please see the program description and relevant FAQs for requirements. Track 2 applicants must connect their project development proposal, identified in previous planning efforts, to a federal funding source for implementation. For federal resources related to extreme heat see HEAT.gov - National Integrated Heat Health Information System
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
47:20
Link to FAQs: https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/ConnecticutClimateAction/DCRF/Docs/DCRF-FAQs.pdf
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
51:02
www.HEAT.gov
Gail Robinson
01:09:54
Thank you so much. This has been very helpful!
Bruce Fitzback
01:10:57
Would the MS4 program qualify
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
01:12:17
For application assistance with CIRCA, send an email to CIRCA@UConn.edu
Bruce Fitzback
01:13:53
Great Thanks
Rania, GZA GeoEnvironmental
01:14:28
Thank you!