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Climate and Infrastructure II: Who Should Address It?

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Published on Jul 16, 2014

During the NAE Center for Engineering Ethics and Society "Climate Change and America's Infrastructure: Engineering, Social, and Policy Challenges" national meeting on January 28-30, 2013, leaders in climate adaptation, city management, engineering systems, public engagement, and other key fields gathered to work through the wide-ranging implications of climate change. Two videos were produced from interviews conducted at the workshop. The videos highlight participant views regarding the impacts and importance of addressing climate change and the various types of expertise that will be needed to adequately address stresses to engineering systems. Both videos are designed to serve as a starting point for discussion and enable educators and others to inform engineers and the public about the numerous challenges posed by climate change.

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