This group would focus its attention on environmental shocks (hurricanes, storm events), and stresses (sea level rise), and would provide input related to how Jacksonville can better protect local communities in relation to those hazards. Discussion would cover living shorelines, green infrastructure, wetland preservation, protecting the existing tree canopy, and planting more trees for stormwater resilience, and other related topics.
Brooks Andrews - Subcommittee Chair
Adam Hoyles - Subcommittee Vice Chair
J. Logan Cross
Todd Sack MD
Dr. Quinton White
James Richardson - Ex-Officio Member, Resource Expert
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