Installation Innovation Sneak Peek: The Navy’s Mid-Atlantic Climate Partnership

October 18, 2022

ADC Installation Innovation 2022 will include numerous discussions of efforts by DOD, the services, installations and communities to counter the impact of climate change on mission readiness. One session, taking place on the afternoon of the Forum’s first day, will focus on efforts in the Navy’s Mid-Atlantic region.

The breakout session, “Understanding the Navy’s New Mid-Atlantic Climate Partnership Strategy,” will shine a spotlight on case studies from Naval Station Newport, Rhode Island and Hampton Roads, Virginia. Representatives from those areas will speak, along with Brian Ballard, community planning and liaison officer for Navy Region Mid-Atlantic, and John Broughton of SIA Solutions.

There’s still time to register for Installation Innovation, taking place in Phoenix Oct. 31 through Nov. 2. Follow On Base, watch your inbox, and check the Forum website for more updates on what you’ll learn and who you can meet.

Naval Undersea Warfare Center Newport photo by Bruce Katz

October 18, 2022

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