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Available on 8/10

Climate change is impacting our nation’s critical public infrastructure and climate risks are being re-evaluated by governments, insurance companies, and regulatory entities. This shifting landscape has implications for public and private owners, requiring design professionals to design differently.

You’ll learn how:

  • Insurance companies use cat modeling software to model hazard, vulnerability, exposure and loss from climate change events—including catastrophic floods and wild fires –to quantify adaptation measures and assess mitigation efforts;
  • Our nation’s critical highway transportation infrastructure is vulnerable to climate change. Case studies illustrate how CDOT is incorporating resilient design approaches in Colorado, and how forward-thinking transportation professionals are addressing climate risks.
  • The expanding definition of resilience includes a holistic approach and nature-based solutions can maximize project outcomes.
  • Local and state governments are responding to climate change by adjusting regulations and policies;

Join our panel of experts:

  • Patricia B. Gary (Lewis Brisbois): Moderator
  • Nancy M. Rigassio (AXA XL): Climate Change and Insurance: Evolving Trends
  • Heather Paddock (Colorado Department of Transportation): Resilient Infrastructure
  • Nicole Boothman-Shepard (AECOM) and Kelly Maiorano (Muller): Case Studies of Resilient Infrastructure Planning and Design
Course Type

Online Class

Delivery Type

On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

PDH Credit


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