CRC Leadership Tier Workshop

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The Coastal Resilience Collaborative
Leadership Tier Agenda, May 6-8, 2015
Delft, Netherlands

Wednesday, May 6, UNESCO-IHE, Delft – “Get Acquainted Day”
9 AM – Introductions, Welcome from UNESCO-IHE, Outline of the Workshop
10 AM – Session on using as the CRC Leadership Cluster Site
10:50 AM - Short Break
11 AM – “An Inventory of Coastal Resilience Programs,” Chris Zevenbergen, UNESCO-IHE
12 PM – “Lunch with the World” – UNESCO-IHE Café
1 PM – A short tour of UNESCO-IHE
1:30 PM – Sector Breakouts
2:45 PM – Short Break then back to Sector Breakouts
3:30 PM – Report on Sector Breakouts
4:30 PM – Logistics for Thursday, May 8, and adjourn
5::00 PM Optional Tour of The Hague and Dinner on your own

Thursday, May 7, Province Zeeland
7:30 AM Leave Delft.  I suggest we have a brainstorming session on the bus that talks about structure of CRC and suggested refinements
9:30 AM Tour of Watersnood Museum (will set the stage for importance of CRC work, viewing the 1953 flood) 
1:30 AM Arrive at Oosterscheldt Storm Surge Barrier.  Lunch with Joost Schrijnen
1:00 PM – Tour of the Barrier
2:00 PM – Breakouts that talk about integration of different disciplines into resiliency theme: policy, engineering, social sciences, ecology, environmental science, education, emergency management.
3:30 PM – Breakout group consolidation and synthesis
4:30 PM – Leave Oosterscheldt and drive back to Delft.
7:00 PM – Dinner on own

Friday, May 8 – Deltares, Delft
9:00 AM Welcome by Deltares
10:00 AM – Discussion on data and mechanisms for knowledge dissemination
11:00 AM – Break into sector groups to brainstorm for CRC products and outcomes
12:30 PM Lunch at Deltares
1:30 PM Defining the Future of CRC.  Where does GKE II happen and what is its major theme?  What organization is hosting body?  Long term strategic plan?
3:30 PM Adjourn and time to explore Delft
5:30 PM Closing Debrief and Reception, UNESCO-IHE
7:30 PM Farewell Dinner at Stadsherberg de Mol