International Perspectives on Water Resources and the Environment - Day 2
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USA High Level Panel Discussion: Major U.S. and Bangladesh Projects affected by Climate Change - Uncertainty, Risk, Resilience
Norma Jean Mattei, Ph.D., P.E., F.SEI, ASCE President 2017
Eric Bush, SES, Chief, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Roger Pulwarty, Senior Scientist, Ph.D.
Bangladesh Government Officials - TBD
Purpose and Background
The full session will discuss three major American projects challenged by a non-stationary climate, and how the United States is responding vis-à-vis risk and resilience.
The three US Projects that will be discussed are:
- The Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan
- Flood Mitigation of the Lower Mississippi River
- Western USA Mega-Drought
The Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100 will also be covered. The Government of Bangladesh approved this plan on September 4, 2018, to secure the future of water resources and mitigate the likely effects of climate change and natural disasters.
Day 1 topics: The three American projects: Comprehensive Florida Everglades Project, Flood Mitigation of Lower Mississippi, Western US Mega-Drought)
Day 2 topics: The Bangladesh project (Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100)
Learning Outcomes and Session Benefits
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Explain three major American projects challenged by a non-stationary climate, specifically the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Project, flood mitigation of the lower Mississippi River, and Western US mega-drought.
- Describe how the United States is responding to these projects and issues in terms of risk and resilience.
- Identify and explain key points the Bangladesh 2100 plan.
- Describe the origin of the Bangladesh 2100 plan, and the Government of Bangladesh’s priority in securing water resources.
Assessment of Learning Outcomes
Learning outcomes are assessed and achieved through participation in the live Q/A with our speakers, and by responding to the post- session survey. If the course is taken OnDemand, there will also be a 10 multiple choice question post-test.
Who Should Attend?
IPWE Conference attendees
Engineers, scientists, practitioners, and planners working in:
- flood control
- water supply
- ecosystem restoration