The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) announces the Future Weather & Climate Extreme Series — the third series of virtual events continue to explore the 2021 ASCE publication “Impacts of Future Weather and Climate Extremes on United States Infrastructure: Assessing and Prioritizing Adaptation Actions.” Prepared by the Task Committee on Future Weather and Climate Extremes of the Committee on Adaptation to a Changing Climate of the ASCE, the publication was authored by Mari R. Tye and Jason P. Giovannettone, with contributions by Amir AghaKouchak, R. Edward Beighley, and many other subject matter experts. The three sessions of the upcoming series feature: Coastal Adaptation & Resilience in Virginia; Climate Change Adaptation for New York City Structures and Infrastructures; and, Climate Change Adaptation for Canadian Core Public Structures and Infrastructures. For more information, “Impacts of Future Weather and Climate Extremes on United States Infrastructure: Assessing and Prioritizing Adaptation Actions” is available for digital download in the ASCE Library. (https://doi.org/10.1061/9780784415863, Published online: September 03, 2021)

  • September 8, 2022: Coastal Adaptation & Resilience in Virginia
  • September 15, 2022: Climate Change Adaptation for New York City Structures and Infrastructures
  • September 22, 2022: Climate Change Adaptation for Canadian Core Public Structures and Infrastructures

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