Plenary and breakout sessions on both days of OneCape 2023 highlighted efforts to consider equity and diversity in the planning process and in crafting and implementing strategies to address our region's critical challenges.
Senator Ed Markey took the OneCape stage on Monday, July 31 to share his perspective on a slew of "opportunities disguised as challenges" across the region. Markey was optimistic and enthusiastic as he outlined a list of billions of dollars in federal funding available to help address regional challenges like climate change, infrastructure, water quality issues, and the housing crisis.
The Cape Cod Commission honored two exceptional individuals this year with the 2023 OneCape Award. The award is presented annually during the OneCape Summit to a person or organization exemplifying outstanding leadership and dedication to Cape Cod.
Collaboration, regional planning, bold and new thinking: strategies to address the region’s housing affordability and availability issues took center stage during OneCape 2023.
Over the years, the OneCape Summit has provided a venue for transformational water quality discussions. This year was no different, as plenary and breakout sessions on both days highlighted continued efforts to protect and preserve Cape Cod's freshwater and coastal resources.
The ninth annual OneCape Summit, hosted by the Cape Cod Commission, will be held July 31 and August 1, 2023 at the Wequassett Resort in Harwich, MA. Registration is now open. To register, please visit onecape.capecodcommission.org.
The 2022 OneCape Summit offered mobile workshops that allowed attendees to get a firsthand look at some of the issues impacting our region and learn about strategies to address these vulnerable areas.
Climate discussions at OneCape 2022 focused on work to improve the region's ability to combat climate change and strengthen our infrastructure, all while ensuring equity throughout the planning process.
At OneCape, plenary speakers and breakout sessions aimed to highlight ongoing work to improve the region's access to, and affordability of, childcare.
During the OneCape Summit, local, regional, and national experts and advocates highlighted efforts to protect and preserve Cape Cod's water quality.