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Webinar: Step-up Climate Adaptation, Accelerate Decision-Making
A sharing session with our flood risk expert

As the effects of climate change are omnipresent, cities and countries across the globe have initiated a journey to understand the possible medium and long-term consequences on their communities. Yet, few have developed sufficient infrastructure investments, adaptation strategies and plans.

Join us for a free 45-minute webinar to explore how recent technological advances, accessible to both experts and non-experts, can accelerate risk-based decisions for long-term adaptation.

The webinar will include a live Q&A session.

•The importance of proactive risk-based decision-making and climate adaptation planning
•A sneak peak at new cloud-powered hazard models that provide both simplified and detailed analyses
•How to design and analyse local interventions and adaption pathways
• The role of impact metrics and cost-benefits analytics

Choose between two time slots on 15 October 2020.
05:00-05:45 UTC
16:00-16:45 UTC

Register now! There are only seats available for the first 100 attendees.

We look forward to your participation!

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Dr. Nils Drønen
Chief Coastal Engineer @DHI A/S
Nils is an engineering and MIKE modelling specialist with 20 years of experience in erosion, flooding, coastal protection and climate adaption of coastal areas. In recent years, Nils has focused on the interaction between multiple sources of flooding (sea level rise, tides, storm surges, river runoff and cloudbursts) as well as how to best estimate damage losses and mitigate against flooding in coastal areas. MSc, PhD, Civil and Env. Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
Dr. Julien Oliver
Flood Risk Specialist @DHI A/S
Julien currently leads DHI’s global Risk and Insurance division. Since 2009, Julien has played a key role in the development of analytical methods and technologies to support extreme weather and flood risk management activities. Julien brings 18 years of experience in IT system development, deterministic and probabilistic hydrometeorological hazard and risk modelling, exposure modelling and mapping, extreme value and risk analysis. He has been involved in more than 30 research and commercial consultancy projects in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa. PhD with specialisation in Flood Risk Analytics, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore