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WEBCAST: Can America’s Infrastructure Withstand the Next Natural Disasters? Lessons Learned from Previous Disasters

KEYWORDS: INFRASTRUCTURE, LIVE NOW, MICHELE NELLENBACH

WHEN: Tuesday, April 24, 2018 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. ET

WHERE: Webcast Only, Washington, DC, 20005

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At a time when the federal government is attempting to reduce the ever-increasing debt, hurricanes and other disasters will continue to strike, with the potential to overwhelm our disaster-response programs. The nation must come together to develop long-term solutions starting with an examination of how communities can build better, smarter, and more resilient infrastructure, to reduce costs and save lives in future disasters.

Join us for a live webcast on April 24 to look at recovery efforts in California, Houston, and other areas impacted by recent natural disasters, and to examine how federal policies help or hinder those efforts.

The event will be webcast on this page. 


Featuring:

Carol Ellinger Haddock
Director, Houston Public Works

Jessica Hogle
Senior Director of Federal Affairs, Pacific Gas and Electric Company

Laura Lightbody
Project Director, Flood Prepared Communities Program, The Pew Charitable Trusts
@lbodss

Ahmad Wani
CEO and Co-Founder, One Concern
@ahmad_kmr

Moderated by:

Michele Nellenbach
Director of Strategic Initiatives and Governors’ Council, BPC
@MNellenbach

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