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Livable Houston Initiative
CHARM, an Interactive Mapping Tool for Urbanization, Conservation & Coastal Resilience
with Dr. John Jacob, Director of Texas Coastal Watershed Program

Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Noon - 1:30 pm
Free and open to the public
3555 Timmons Lane
H-GAC Building, 2nd Floor, Room A

Experience a live demo and try your hand with this comprehensive planning tool that has the power to map and analyze growth with real-time feedback. The mapping application is supported with a library of mapping data about urbanization, storm surges, conservation, public facilities, and coastal resources.

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When

May 25, 2016
12:00PM for 1.5 hrs

Where

H-GAC, 3555 Timmons, 2nd Floor

Cost

$Free

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