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Roundtable on Macroeconomics and Climate Risks and Opportunities
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Roundtable on Macroeconomics and Climate-related Risks and Opportunities aim to improve our understanding of how climate change's physical and transition effects relate to and affect macroeconomic...
Innovative actions to prevent, adapt to, or mitigate the health consequences of extreme heat
Extreme Heat Workshop: Communities, Climate Change, and Health Equity
Innovative actions to prevent, adapt to, or mitigate the health consequences of extreme heat For the workshop series on Communities, Climate Change, and Health Equity, the National Academies seeks experts to identify key elements of effective action to prevent and...
Future-proofing Assets Today for Tomorrow’s Climate Extremes™
ClimaTwin Releases High-Resolution, Hyper-Local, Wind Speed Climate Models
Future-proofing Assets Today for Tomorrow’s Climate Extremes™ ClimaTwin®, Climate Risk Intelligence for Infrastructure Digital Twins™ is proud to announce the release of high-resolution, hyper-local, wind speed climate models, from today out to the year 2070....
Guideline for Utility Infrastructure Data Focuses on 3D Digital Twins
Focus on enabling the creation of 3D digital twins for utility infrastructure The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) releases the Standard Guideline for Recording and Exchanging Utility Infrastructure Data, ASCE/UESI/CI 75-22. Prepared by the Standard...
Understanding the socio-economic value of climate data, prediction, and information
20th Annual Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop
Understanding the socio-economic value of climate data, prediction, and information The 20th Annual Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop (2023 CPASW) unites a diverse community to share developments in research and application of weather and climate...
How to sustain an insurance system in the context of increasing weather hazards
The National Academies Climate Conversations on Insurance
How to sustain an insurance system in the context of increasing weather hazards On Wednesday, December 7th, 2022, The National Academies presents the webinar Climate Conversations: Insurance. Increasing frequency, severity, and extent of wildfires, hurricanes, and...
Withstanding Climate Change with Resilient and Flexible Pavement
Climate change is increasing the intensity, frequency, and extent of hurricanes, floods, and numerous other extreme weather events. As a result, transportation infrastructure is degrading at an accelerated rate and must be more resilient. The Transportation Research...
Engineering, mechanics, and materials to mitigate climate-related disasters
Sustainable and Resilient Structural Engineering, Mechanics, and Materials
Engineering, mechanics, and materials to mitigate climate-related disasters The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) presents the webinar Case Studies in Sustainable and Resilient Structural Engineering, Mechanics, and Materials (SR-SEMM). The course instructor...
A Message from the Presidents of the U.S. National Academies as COP27 Begins
"The COP27 climate summit offers an opportunity to make greater progress on transitioning to a low-emissions world while protecting nations and communities that are most affected by the impacts of climate change, as well as maintaining food and water security around...