On October 14, 2020, ACEC/MA President Dennis Baker and Executive Director Abbie Goodman testified before the Massachusetts House of Representatives Green Recovery Task Force.
Here is a copy of the written testimony provided to the legislative task force along with several attachments.
Recent report from the National Institute of Building Sciences on the long-term savings associated with natural hazard mitigation in building construction/renovation, etc.: https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.nibs.org/resource/resmgr/reports/mitigation_saves_2019/mitigationsaves2019report.pdf
ACEC/MA is grateful to Diane Mas, PhD, REHS/RS, WEDG, Vice President | Chief Resilience Officer at Fuss & O'Neill for her assistance in preparing this testimony and for providing this letter in support:
Letter from Water Infrastructure Alliance (ACEC/MA co-chairs this coalition)
ACEC/MA and AIA/MA letter to Conference Committee Re: H. 4933 - An Act creating a 2050 roadmap to a clean and thriving commonwealth /S. 2500 - An Act setting next-generation climate policy
ACEC/MA is also grateful to Kyle Johnson of Kleinfelder's Climate/Sustainability Team for his input on the testimony.
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