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ISCM May Coffee Talk - IBHS Housing as Infrastructure

  • 7 May 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Virtual - access details to follow


Housing as Infrastructure: Resilience, Climate Adaptation, and the Built Environment with Michael Newman of the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS).

Upcoming legislative proposals regarding infrastructure present a generational opportunity to advance resilience and adapt to a changing climate. We will discuss ways that infrastructure policy can support the resilience of housing for families from all socioeconomic backgrounds.

About the ISCM Coffee Talk Series: First Friday of each month 11 AM – 11:30 AM (ET)

These 30-minute monthly coffee talks will bring key industry topics covered by catastrophe management professionals into an accessible setting for discussion. Topics could include recent natural hazard events and lessons learned, climate change analytics, model development needs and use cases, etc. Coffee talks will generally include ~15 minutes of content and ~15 minutes of Q&A.

For ISCM Members Who Would Like to Lead a Coffee Talk:

We’d like to invite our new and experienced industry colleagues to participate in ISCM’s monthly Coffee Talk Series for a chance to network and share new ideas with an audience of peers. If you would like to lead a 10 minute talk topic, please send a brief description of your proposed topic to Shubharoop Ghosh (sg@imagecatinc.com). All non-marketing topics welcome! 

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