Ice storms and flooding.
Heat waves and forest fires.
The world is experiencing record-breaking extreme weather events with insurers paying $50 billion a year in weather-related claims – a figure that has more than doubled every decade since the 1980s.
With increasingly variable weather patterns on the way, and as more climate-change-related challenges affect our cities and urban infrastructure…
How can sustainable buildings, cities, and infrastructure improve urban resiliency and offer solutions to mitigate the impacts of extreme weather events?
Thursday, October 2, 2014 at Daniels Spectrum in Toronto for an action-packed day that will address the risks of extreme weather impacts on our cities and propose sustainable planning, design, engineering, and building solutions.
Plan ahead for a full day of big ideas and engaging discussions.
Continuing education units will be offered.
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