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It’s time to think differently about the future – about how we respond to unanticipated events like COVID-19 and how we prepare for more foreseeable risks associated with climate change and other natural and human factor hazards.
When individuals and systems are resilient, they’re able to withstand, recover quickly, learn and adapt to the adversities they experience.
Consideration of ‘black swan’ and climate risks in planning, design and operation of infrastructure is driven by a variety of factors:
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Craig is Jacobs’ global technical leader in resilience and climate change. He specialises in climate change and natural hazards vulnerability and risk, as well as planning for resilience in transportation infrastructure and for water and energy utilities.
He supports a variety of Jacobs’ initiatives to understand and respond to the company’s climate risk exposure, including public disclosure in line with recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
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