Listen: Ireland, Nita, Scotland discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast
"And the features that a healthy environment can bring to an issue. I guess my biggest concern when I think of it takes while develop these sort of things I know that they're going to have another meeting in Ireland or Scotland in in a few months to keep working on these guidelines and these things take time, but at the same time other I guess sectors are baking in bad practices. And you know, I feel like there's this this window for using nature base solutions, and you know, we have to get out there and the work that you're doing is critically important. And I just I hope that they can really make the work that they're doing incredibly relevant to other sectors. And they have the proper communication strategy. You know, using this podcast can highlight the work they're doing. And so I hope the timing. It's quick. Rather than later. Well, it's a continual struggle. But that's again brings me back to partnering partnerships because within that large group that engineering was nature program in with my own program. There's many different groups doing different things at different times. And so were not all sitting waiting for the next guideline to come out. There's implementation going on there's training going on there's learning going on documentation going on. So that's part of the challenges while is keeping your eye on all that and making it available and learning from it as we go, but I can rest assured dog we're not sitting and waiting for the next guideline to come out people are doing as well. And so we don't want to bake in bad plans. But we also have did do something. Good to know. All right. Let's wrap this up. So what can they expect next? We're going to be wrapping this up in with a fourth episode. What are we talking about in that fourth episode? Well in the fourth your listeners can join us going round the world talking to unite are not going to travel around the world, but through the advantages technology, we're going to talk to folks who are and other parts of the world to learn about what are they seeing and experiencing and doing in their areas in their neighborhoods in their communities, and so it will be frontline discussion. And I think that will be really interesting and challenging as well. It will be exciting wrap up to all this great content generated so far. Okay. And Nita again. It's been a pleasure. We're in the final stretch here and three it's been a great journey, but any final thoughts. Now. Again, I want to thank you for what you're doing. And I appreciate the feedback and comments that you've had from your listeners, folks. Please. Keep that coming because we learned from that as well. And thanks for your interest. All right. Bye. Bye. Bye. Okay, doctors that is a wrap. Thanks to Todd cat into and Maria and Anita for participating this episode as you can see experts from around the world or on the job of coming up with nature based solutions to flooding and disaster management.."