Rain Resilience: Infrastructure in the Face of a Changing Climate
This live webcast will take place on Wednesday, May 25, 2022, from 1:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern. The webcast recording will be available within 24 hours after the webcast ends.
From coast to coast the increase in heavy precipitation is increasing over time. With more moisture in the atmosphere due to climate change, storms are getting more intense over time. The increase in heavy precipitation increases the risk of urban flooding and overwhelming municipal storm sewers. Join us as we explore the issue from the Pacific Northwest to the Heartland and complete the discussion with New York and Miami. In this webinar we will hear from modelers and stormwater planners working on better stormwater resiliency to protect their communities from the changing climate.
- Jeff Burkey, King County DNRP
- Melissa Enoch, NYC Environmental Protection
- Lee Kellenberger, Johnson County, Kansas
- Michael Schmidt, CDM Smith
- John Phillips (moderator)
PDH Credits will be available for attendees following this event on this platform. Please look for further information to come.