Mediator and peace-maker Lars Watson just returned from two months in Puerto Rico where he works with disaster response and recovery teams. Lars’ story is a thoughtful discussion on what it means to serve a community in distress and how we can often make our own choices about what the next chapter will be in our lives.
Steve Moddemeyer is an urban planner who advises cities, utilities, and private developers on strategies to increase the sustainability and resilience of their communities. He works both in the US and internationally and serves on the US National Academies of Sciences' Resilient America Roundtable; advises and helped to launch the Cities of the Future program for the International Water Association; is a member of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature's Resilience Theme; serves as an adviser to the University of Washington's Masters of Infrastructure Planning and Management; and, as an adviser to the Center for Sustainable Infrastructure at Evergreen.
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