|Submission Date||March 13, 2017|
University of South Florida St. Petersburg
EN-5: Outreach Campaign
|4.00 / 4.00||
Has the institution held at least one sustainability-related outreach campaign during the previous three years that was directed at students and yielded measurable, positive results in advancing sustainability? :
Has the institution held at least one sustainability-related outreach campaign during the previous three years that was directed at employees and yielded measurable, positive results in advancing sustainability?:
Name of the campaign:
A brief description of the campaign, including how students and/or employees were engaged:
The campaign aimed to engage all members of the campus community in the Climate Action Planning process through a series of educational events followed by an interactive voting session with an accompanying town hall style meeting.
A brief description of the measured positive impact(s) of the campaign:
The most voted initiatives and ideas were used as the top strategies for the Climate Action Plan
The website URL where information about the campaign is available:
Name of the campaign (2nd campaign):
A brief description of the campaign, including how students and/or employees were engaged (2nd campaign):
This 2-day workshop, hosted by the Initiative on Coastal Adaptation and Resilience (ICAR), USF St. Petersburg and the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council ONE BAY Resilient Communities Working Group, and USF will inform participants of the work underway to address vulnerabilities to coastal hazards and build regional resiliency. Through a series of presentations and followed by facilitated discussions between experts from South Florida and the Tampa Bay region, participants will explore on potential regional solutions and approaches for addressing the resilience and adaptations of coastal cities to climate change and sea-level rise.
A brief description of the measured positive impact(s) of the campaign (2nd campaign):
The conference will built-on previously identified research, data, and policy gaps and find strategies to link research agendas to public policy formulation that emphasizes ‘solution-oriented approach for coastal cities’.
Explore many facets of ‘Solutions for Coastal Cities’: Adaptation & Resilience (engineering, architecture, socio-economic vulnerability, local governmental policy, transportation, water supply, habitat protection…)
Explore ways to improve community engagement and messaging
Publish a proceeding called ‘Solutions for Coastal Cities’
The website URL where information about the campaign is available (2nd campaign):
A brief description of other sustainability-related outreach campaigns, including measured positive impacts:
The website URL where information about the programs or initiatives is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
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