The Extreme Heat Network hosts webinars for practitioners and researchers on a variety of topics related to extreme heat.
There are no upcoming events listed.
Advancing the Theory and Practice of Urban Heat Resilience
The goal of this virtual workshop, held October 19-20, 2020, was to develop a practice-driven research agenda on urban heat resilience. The workshop engaged dozens of key stakeholders representing private, public, and non-profit sectors on the focus areas of public health, planning, built environment, energy infrastructure, heat mapping, and climate services. Stakeholders learned and shared virtually as a group and in small groups through facilitated dialogues, individual surveys, a live public lecture, virtual student poster presentations, and opportunities for more informal networking. This workshop and its proceedings will lay the groundwork for the next decade of actionable science on urban heat resilience. Full workshop information, participant list, and presentations.
Extreme Heat Network Webinars
Past webinars can be viewed on our Youtube page.
Extreme Heat and Real Estate
Alex Ramirez, Office Director and Associate at Design Workshop
Katharine Burgess, Vice President of Urban Resilience at Urban Land Institute
Elizabeth Foster, Manager of Urban Resilience at Urban Land Institute
Rapid Production of Urban Heat Island Maps for the U.S.
Pete Aniello, Senior Manager for Science and Analytics at The Trust for Public Land
Community-based Participatory Research Campaigns to Build Climate Resilience
Jeremy Hoffman, PhD, Chief Scientist at Science Museum of Virginia
Extreme Heat Resilience in New York City
Daphne Lundi, Senior Policy Advisor at NYC Mayor’s Office of Resiliency
Heat-Health Information on Arizona's Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) Portal
Matthew Roach, Epidemiology Program Manager at Arizona Department of Health Services
Lessons from the Tucson Region's Urban Heat Island Map
Mead Mier, Sustainability Coordinator at Pima Association of Governments