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The Science of Resilience in Decision-Making

Event Date: 
Dec 05, 2018
Time: 
1:15 pm to 2:45 pm EST
Online: 
Online Event

Information

Erica Goldman, NSCE Science Policy Director, moderates a discussion of emerging corporate models for managing the impacts of climate change. This 90-minute webinar, sponsored by ASU’s School of Sustainability in partnership with the National Council for Science and the Environment, will explore:

  • Resilience as a paradigm to understand infrastructure at a systems level
  • Social science as a critical component in planning for and understanding resilience
  • Resilient design as a continuum, rather than an endpoint
  • The role of social and institutional infrastructure in disaster response and planning for climate impacts

Featuring

Panel Member
Thomas
Seager
Associate Professor
School of Sustainable Engineering & the Built Environment at Arizona State University
Panel Member
Patricia
Solis
Executive Director
Knowledge Exchange for Resilience at Arizona State University
Panel Member
Jennifer
Tobin
Deputy Administrator
Natural Hazards Center at University of Colorado
Joe
Manous
Director
Institute for Water Resources at US Army Corps of Engineers

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