Presentations - Northeast Risk & Resilience

Presentations are either in PDF or PPT format and require either Adobe Acrobat Reader or MIcroSoft PowerPoint to view them.

Urbanization, stormwater & climate change
by Chester Arnold, Center for Land Use Education and Research, University of Connecticut
Rethinking coastal flood risks in the Northeast
by Rachel Cleetus, Union of Concerned Scientists
Community Risk Reduction through Community Resiliency Enhancement
by Curtis Fisher, National Wildlife Federation
Sandy: Examining the impact
by Dr. Ian Giammanco, Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety
A Stronger, More Resilient New York
by Katherine Greig, NYC Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency
Maximize Resilience and Reinsurance
by Bradley Kading, Association of Bermuda Insurers & Reinsurers
Understanding the Role of the Government in Preventing and Responding to Major Disasters
by Daniel Kreeger, Association of Climate Change Officers
Comments on Coastal Resiliency
by Christopher Murphy, State of Connecticut
Something about Sandy
by Bill Read, National Hurricane Center
Encouraging Smart Rebuilding through Knowledge Transfer
by Timothy Smail, Federal Alliance for Safe Homes
Hurricanes, Sea Level Rise, and Risk
by Adam Sobel, Columbia University
Climate Ready Boston
by Brian Swett, City of Boston
The Changing View of Risk in the Northeast: Focusing on Hurricanes
by Craig Tillman, WeatherPredict Consulting Inc.
Long-Term Recovery Planning + Plan Integration = RESILIENCE
by Lincoln Walther, National Hazard Mitigation Association