Civil engineering is a balance between leveraging lessons learned from past projects with predicting critical needs for future infrastructure. The new book prepared by the American Society of Civil Engineers ASCE Task Committee on Future Weather and Climate Extremes, Impacts of Future Weather and Climate Extremes on United States Infrastructure: Assessing and Prioritizing Adaptation Actions, addresses both past lessons and future needs.

In episode 91 of the ASCE Plot Points podcast, Impacts of Future Weather and Climate Extremes on United States Infrastructure: Assessing and Prioritizing Adaptation Actions co-authors Mari Tye, Ph.D., C.Eng, M.ASCE and Jason Giovannettone, Ph.D., A.M.ASCE discuss how the new book helps civil engineers and infrastructure stakeholders improve decision-making across the total asset lifecycle to better mitigate the risks of climate change.

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