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Climate change is impacting our nation’s critical public infrastructure and requiring design professionals to design differently.

You’ll learn how:

  • Our nation’s critical highway transportation infrastructure is vulnerable to climate change. Transportation projects in Colorado illustrate how forward-thinking transportation professionals are addressing these risks.
  • Green, nature-based solutions for stormwater systems can maximize project outcomes. Stormwater projects in New York City, the Mid-Atlantic region, and New Orleans illustrate how to build resilience.
  • The expanding definition of resilience includes a holistic approach that encourages collaboration between disciplines.

Join our panel of experts:

Patricia B. Gary: Moderator
Amy Seek, April Schneider, Amanda Ludlow: Climate Adaptive Stormwater Management: A Living Systems Approach
Nicole Boothman-Shepard, Kelly MaioranoResilient Infrastructure Planning and Design
Elizabeth Bradford & Luce BassettiLooking Ahead: Designing a Resilient Future

*Receive a free copy of Climate Change and the Built Environment when you register for any class in this series!

Join us for the full series on Climate Change to save 25% on registration! Or join for one of the dates below.

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Online Class

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On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

PDH Credit


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