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May 14

BPC 2024 Spring Summit

Join the BPC on May 14th at the David Brower Center in Berkeley, CA, for our annual Spring Summit event. This event will convene industry leaders, experts, and stakeholders to discussion resilience funding.

To provide adequate time for engagement with fellow attendees, BPC will host a continental breakfast prior to the main event from 8:30a - 10:00a, which is included in your ticket price.

Additional details will follow soon.

If your organization is an annual or event sponsor, please contact [email protected] for your sponsorship registration code.

David Brower Center
2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94704
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May 14, 2024 08:30am - May 14, 2024 03:00pm

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$30.00 - $120.00

Event Overview

Below is an overview of the key segments of this year’s Spring Summit:

8:30am – 10:00am: Networking Breakfast

Prior to the main event, BPC will host a continental breakfast to provide an opportunity to network with fellow attendees and event speakers.

10:30am – 11:30am: Navigating the Current Funding Landscape

The first segment of the day will provide an overview of existing funding resources and best practices to secure funds in the competitive landscape. Featuring industry experts, this segment promises to be a crucial resource for anyone seeking to navigate the complex terrain of grant funding, providing actionable strategies and insider perspectives to enhance project success.

11:30am – 12:30pm: Lunch

12:35pm – 1:35pm: Showcasing Regional Projects

The second segment of the day will highlight projects that feature innovative approaches to adaptation. Emphasizing the various funding mechanisms and coordination efforts employed, this segment will provide valuable insights for the region’s resilience goals and funding challenges, which will be discussed in the next segment.

1:40pm – 2:50pm: Advancing Adaptation – Regional Finance and Coordination Strategies

The third segment of the day will bring together agency, government, and NGO leaders to discuss how the region can raise the estimated $105 billion needed by 2050 to prevent major flooding in the Bay Area. Key topics to be explored include establishing equitable municipal finance strategies, adapting finance systems to fund necessary infrastructure, and coordinating efforts across the nine Bay Area counties to identify and prioritize multi-benefit adaptation projects.

Sponsorship Options

BPC's continued facilitation of events like this year's Spring Summit are not possible without the support of sponsoring organizations. We encourage you to review the sponsorship options by clicking below.

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