Equitable Development Tools

Maps as a Platform for Equity-Based Planning
Engagement & Outreach |

Engaging community members throughout land reuse projects takes work! Using visual resources to connect with residents and stakeholders can go a long way towards building authentic and productive relationships.

This webinar emphasizes the importance of using data, such as maps, transparencies, and geographic information systems (GIS) to present information to increase the accessibility and equity of land reuse and climate adaptation projects. The workshop also includes examples of working with residents to implement climate mitigation and adaptation solutions using data-informed processes. Join Groundwork USA and Groundwork Richmond, Virginia to learn more about how they’ve built resident and stakeholder capacity.

 

 

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Thank you to the EPA Brownfields and Land Revitalization program for providing grant funding to support Groundwork USA’s brownfields and equitable development technical assistance program.