This panel will explore the implications of climate change for Department of the Air Force missions and capabilities, and develop innovative approaches for climate-informed planning and decisionmaking. [Virtual]
In this webinar, Mark Ghilarducci, the Director of California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), will reflect on his more than 30 years of experience and diversified service in public safety and emergency management at the local, state, and federal levels. [Virtual]
This webinar series invites experts external to RAND to convene discussions about how evidence-based, inclusive approaches can support better climate policy design and identify priorities for climate action in the near term.
As climate change is leading to increases in the number and severity of disasters, the nation’s emergency managers increasingly rely on climate science to inform their plans, decisions, and actions. A growing body of information is available to support climate-related decisions, and many public officials question how to access and apply this information.
At this roundtable discussion, a panel of experts will discuss the United Arab Emirates' climate-related initiatives and multilateral collaborative efforts across the fields of energy, environment, and economic development. [Virtual]
After Hurricanes Irma and Maria struck Puerto Rico in 2017, RAND helped its government develop a comprehensive recovery plan. In this RAND Remote conversation, Marielena Lara and Gabriela Castro will discuss the partnered approach they used to support reconstruction and recovery efforts. [Virtual]
What can Congress do to encourage investments in resilient infrastructure? Debra Knopman and Sarah Weilant will discuss current and historical congressional spending on infrastructure, approaches to building resilience into transportation projects, and recommendations for policymakers. [Washington, D.C.]