Urban Resilience Program Volunteer

Urban Resilience Program Volunteer

What

The ULI Urban Resilience Program provides ULI members, the public, and communities across the United States with expertise, best practices, and information on how to develop resilience in the face of climate change impacts and other environmental, social, and economic vulnerabilities. The program is seeking members to provide technical assistance and advance the state of practice on leveraging real estate markets, land use policy, and built environment strategies to improve community resilience.

The program is actively seeking members interested in urban resilience to participate in: Advisory Services or Technical Assistance Panels; serving as a subject matter expert or speaker on urban resilience; recommending projects to serve as urban resilience case studies; suggesting topics for research or programming; hosting District Council events of projects focused on resilience; participating in ULI’s new partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities initiative. Learn more about the ULI Urban Resilience Program.

How

Members who are interested in this opportunity should submit a short statement in the inquiry form below.

Why

Urban Resilience Program Volunteers gain visibility in their communities or new markets while also expanding their professional networks and knowledge of resilience best practices.

Eligibility Score

Space is limited for this opportunity.

Financial Commitment
No
Travel Required
No

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