USP3 Forum

room Live Virtual Event

Panel Discussion: The Impact of Climate Change on Infrastructure

Climate change is a serious threat to the existing infrastructure assets. Extreme weather events can cause lots of damages and put existing and future infrastructure projects at risk.  The current and future infrastructure assets must be resilient to the growing challenges of climate change such as heat waves, floods, storms, and recent episode of bushfires. 

  • How to mitigate the physical risks of climate change on infrastructure assets
  • Strategies and policies to make infrastructure resilient and sustainable 
  • How to reduce vulnerability to extreme weather events
  • Climate change as an opportunity for smarter P3 investments

Barry Gold President NEXUS Infrastructure Capital Management / Marathon Capital Partners Bio
Fermín Fontanés Executive Director Puerto Rico Public-Private Partnerships Authority Bio
Nuin-Tara Key Deputy Director of Climate Resilience California Governor's Office of Planning and Research Bio
Jennifer Chang Vice President - Senior Analyst, Project and Infrastructure Finance Moody's Investor Service Bio
Allan Marks Partner Milbank Bio