At the forum held during the 2021 annual meeting of the National Academy of Engineering, distinguished engineers gathered virtually to explore the roles that engineers can play in both mitigating and helping society adapt to climate change. Through a series of brief presentations and responses to questions from the moderator and the forum audience, the speakers discussed many of the issues at the forefront of climate-related engineering practice and policy today. This publication highlights the presentation and discussion of the event.
National Academy of Engineering. 2022. Engineering Responses to Climate Change: Proceedings of a Forum. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/26458.
|1 Infrastructure Transformation||1-10|
|2 Mitigation and Adaptation||11-16|
|3 Looking Ahead||17-22|
|Appendix A: Forum Agenda||23-24|
|Appendix B: Panelists' Biographies||25-30|
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