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Building Climate Resilience into Infrastructure, 11/22/19 in Boston, MA

Wednesday, October 30, 2019   (0 Comments)
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Environmental Business Council
The undeniable reality of climate change has forced planners of infrastructure projects to design for increased temperatures, wind and water in the near future and farther on. This forum presents speakers grappling with how to incorporate climate resilience into planning, financing and maintaining infrastructure systems. The forum will run from 8am-11:45am and will be held at UMass Club in Boston, MA. Keynote Speaker Jesse Keenan is a social scientist and a member of the faculty at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. Professor Keenan has written, consulted and spoken widely on climate adaptation as it affects the built environment. His remarks will frame the morning’s program by providing a compelling overview of the methodologies and criteria under development in the public and private sectors about how to evaluate public and private investments under the name of resiliency and adaptation.

Note there is a fee to attend this event. Find out more and register:

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