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EVENTS

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/14/2018

Too Big: Rebuild by Design’s Transformative Response to Climate Change at National Building Museum

Monday, November 19 from 6:30–8PM, the National Building Museum presents the inside story of Rebuild by Design, the federal response devised to make coastal cities more resilient in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Henk Ovink, Dutch special envoy for International Water Affairs and principal for the Obama Administration’s effort, will explain the innovative process he led, which was focused on building coalitions and running an intense international design effort. Shaun Donovon, former Secretary, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and Chair Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force; Kate Orff, founder & principal of SCAPE; and Dawn Zimmer, former Mayor of Hoboken, NJ, will join Henk for a discussion of lessons learned and forward-looking solutions to be better prepared for the impact of climate change. Following the talk, Ovink will sign copies of Too Big: Rebuild by Design’s Transformative Response to Climate Change, available for purchase in the Museum Shop. Reserve your copy when reserving your free ticket here.

Too Big: Rebuild by Design’s Transformative Response to Climate Change at National Building Museum

National Building Museum
Monday, November 19: 6:30–8PM

401 F Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
Too Big: Rebuild by Design’s Transformative Response to Climate Change at National Building Museum
Too Big: Rebuild by Design’s Transformative Response to Climate Change at National Building Museum
Too Big: Rebuild by Design’s Transformative Response to Climate Change at National Building Museum
Too Big: Rebuild by Design’s Transformative Response to Climate Change at National Building Museum
Too Big: Rebuild by Design’s Transformative Response to Climate Change at National Building Museum
Too Big: Rebuild by Design’s Transformative Response to Climate Change at National Building Museum
Too Big: Rebuild by Design’s Transformative Response to Climate Change at National Building Museum

Too Big: Rebuild by Design’s Transformative Response to Climate Change

Too Big: Rebuild by Design’s Transformative Response to Climate Change

nai010 publishers
Pbk, 9 x 11 in. / 288 pgs / 300 color.

$40.00  free shipping