2017 Climate Resilient Infrastructure & Watershed Conference

Climate17_ARudenko - Increasing the Coastal Resilience of Vulnerable Wastewater Infrastructure on Massachusetts Coast and Islands • Anastasia Rudenko, GHD

Climate17_BDouglas - Infrastructure for a Livable Future—Integrating Human and Natural Water Systems • Bruce Douglas, Natural Systems Utilities and Julie Wood, Charles River Water Association

Climate17_BSmith - Preparing for Extreme Weather • Ben Smith, NEIWPCC

Climate17_CFoxLent - Resilience: State of Science and Practice • Igor Linkov and Catherine Fox-Lent, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center

Climate17_CKennedy - Climate Change Impacts on Stormwater Best Management Practices and Recommended Design Considerations • Cristina Kennedy, MA Coastal Zone Management

Climate17_DHall - When Rolling Easements are Ineffective—Possessory Adaptation Alternatives to Sea Level Rise in Armored Urban Communities • Deirdre Hall, Quincy, MA DPW

Climate17_DHuff - Coastal Resiliency Challenges and Planning in Fairfield, Connecticut • Dana Huff, Tighe & Bond, Inc. and Joseph Michelangelo, Town of Fairfield, CT

Climate17_DSenus - Step 0—How Portland, Maine Is Working to Protect a Low-lying Neighborhood • David Senus, Woodard & Curran and Troy Moon, City of Portland, ME

Climate17_EMas - Enhancing Flood Resiliency in the Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed through Multi-Benefit, Ecosystem-based Approaches • Erik Mas, Fuss & O’Neill

Climate17_JBurke - Keeping the Lights On—Energy Facility Flood Mitigation and Resilience Takeaways for Protecting Critical Assets and Infrastructure • Jennifer Burke and Gary McAllister, GZA GeoEnvironmental