49 min

Climate Change Planning and Adaptation with Jim Schlaman Water Values Podcast

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Jim Schlaman, Black & Veatch’s Director of Planning and Water Resources, provides a fascinating peek behind the curtain on the latest thinking on climate change planning and adaptation.

In this session, you’ll learn about:

The current state of climate change adaption and resilience planning
Why climate change planning is not a theoretical conversation anymore
Why coastal utilities are on the front lines of climate change
How a utility can get started with climate change planning
Why a vulnerability assessment is the building block for utility planning
Why digitalization is important not just for technical planning but also for justification to the community
A trove of information Black & Veatch gleaned from its Strategic Direction report and underlying survey of utilities
Why Jim is optimistic about water utilities rising to the climate change plan

Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include:

Jim’s LinkedIn page

Black & Veatch’s Water website

Black & Veatch’s 2020 Strategic Directions: 2020 Water Report download webpage

TWV #133: Resiliency and Regionalism with Southern California with Jeffrey Kightlinger

TWV #090: Planning for Water Resources in the Face of Climate Change

Thank You!

Thanks to each of you for listening and spreading the word about The Water Values Podcast! Keep the emails coming and please rate and review The Water Values Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher if you haven’t done so already. And don’t forget to tell your friends about the podcast and whatever you do, don’t forget to join The Water Values mailing list!

Jim Schlaman, Black & Veatch’s Director of Planning and Water Resources, provides a fascinating peek behind the curtain on the latest thinking on climate change planning and adaptation.

In this session, you’ll learn about:

The current state of climate change adaption and resilience planning
Why climate change planning is not a theoretical conversation anymore
Why coastal utilities are on the front lines of climate change
How a utility can get started with climate change planning
Why a vulnerability assessment is the building block for utility planning
Why digitalization is important not just for technical planning but also for justification to the community
A trove of information Black & Veatch gleaned from its Strategic Direction report and underlying survey of utilities
Why Jim is optimistic about water utilities rising to the climate change plan

Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include:

Jim’s LinkedIn page

Black & Veatch’s Water website

Black & Veatch’s 2020 Strategic Directions: 2020 Water Report download webpage

TWV #133: Resiliency and Regionalism with Southern California with Jeffrey Kightlinger

TWV #090: Planning for Water Resources in the Face of Climate Change

Thank You!

Thanks to each of you for listening and spreading the word about The Water Values Podcast! Keep the emails coming and please rate and review The Water Values Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher if you haven’t done so already. And don’t forget to tell your friends about the podcast and whatever you do, don’t forget to join The Water Values mailing list!

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