Climate Change and Resource Roads: Summary of three risk and vulnerability case studies
Date: March 7th, 2019
1-2 PM, Quebec Time; 10-11 AM, Pacific Time
With: Mark Partington, Senior Researcher, Transportation and Infrastructure
The forecasted changes in precipitation and temperature associated with climate change are expected to create impacts to resource roads that will affect the performance of infrastructure. In order for managers and owners to recognize how these forecasted changes may impact infrastructure, there is a need for the application and understanding of an approach to identify the risks and vulnerabilities that may be presented. Through the application of this approach, trends may be identified that will provide important information for anyone interested in resource road management in Canada.
This webinar will present the approach and general outcomes of the application of the PIEVC protocol for risk and vulnerability assessments for three resource roads in British Columbia.
How to participate? Click here.
Fore more information, contact the following individuals based on your region: