JUNE 2020 | POST-COVID RECOVERY, THE POWER OF OFFSHORE WIND, AND HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

The recent national and local events are an urgent call for meaningful action and deep self-reflection. Karp Strategies strives to continually learn about and show up for anti-racism through our body of work and as individuals and as a team. Like many other organizations, our team is dedicating time and effort toward questioning our own practices, patterns, and taking action on how we can do better and more. We welcome conversations and partnerships with colleagues in the field as we work together to make effective, lasting change, and would be glad to share and learn of resources to support each other's efforts. 


In our field, the American Planning Association's New York Metro Chapter's Diversity Committee issued a strong set of actions and recommendations to promote urban planning that leads with equity and anti-racism. We strongly recommend you read these as an excellent resource. As we look towards the long road to healing, this month's newsletter focuses on social and environmental infrastructure that can help economies recover from COVID-19 and become more sustainable.

HARNESSING THE POWER OF OFFSHORE WIND