High Water Line: New Jersey — Solutions
The panel discussion “Solutions” will examine the range of engineering and public policy approaches available for mitigating and adapting to the impacts of sea-level rise and those that are under consideration in New Jersey as the state faces a receding shoreline.
Register to attend this event in person (PUID holders only) or via Zoom livestream (open to all). Face coverings are REQUIRED for in-person attendance. Panel speakers are listed below.
- Mario Gandelsonas, Class of 1913 Lecturer in Architecture and Professor of School of Architecture, Princeton University
- A.R. Siders, Assistant Professor in the Disaster Research Center, University of Delaware
- James Waltman, Executive Director, The Watershed Institute
“Solutions” is the final of three panels organized as part of High Water Line: New Jersey, a public-facing project organized by Christina Gerhardt, the 2021-22 Barron Visiting Professor in the Environmental Humanities in the High Meadows Environmental Institute, that will walk and chalk New Jersey’s future shoreline as projected by science.