Webinar: Climate Change: What does it mean for Albemarle County?

Wondering what we can expect for climate impacts in Albemarle County? The Cville100 Climate Coalition held a virtual presentation on August 23, 2022 to hear an overview of the recently released Albemarle County Climate Vulnerability and Risk Assessment.

Speakers included:


In 2020, the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors crafted and adopted the first phase of its Climate Action Plan. Now, Albemarle County has partnered with The Piedmont Environmental Council, Resilient Virginia, climate modeling engineering firm Sobis, and Richmond-based marketing firm Green Fin Studio to analyze the risks and vulnerabilities of climate changes within Albemarle County. The study examines extreme heat, drought, flooding, fire, disease and pestilence, and the intersections of all of these hazards. It also views their impacts through the lens of people, the natural environment, our built environment and the economy.

Learn more and read the full report or summary at pecva.org/climate.

Questions? Contact Kat Imhoff at kimhoff@pecva.org.