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Innovation Specialist, Energy Consultants

Based out of San Diego, CA. I help green, environmentally friendly business grow there networks and businesses to the next level.Additionally, I focus on energy efficiencies and green...

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  • Jul 27, 2020

The effects of climate change can be observed all around us; we experience it in the form of extreme storms, record-breaking temperatures, and other climate abnormalities. Another area where the impact of climate change is acutely felt is in the degradation of our infrastructure. Rising tides and heavy storms have already exerted a toll on roads, bridges, buildings, and industrial facilities. Thankfully, there are innovations in climate-resilient infrastructure that provide safeguards against this kind of degradation.

Many cities and communities lack climate-resilient infrastructure, yet there is still time and opportunity for engineers and engineering students to make an important and lasting difference.


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