ULI resources to build resilience in the face of extreme weather and climate change.
Featured in Urban Land
“An Unflinching Look at Flood Risk,” Urban Land, October 2014: 190-193 examines the reliability of flood risk mapping and the role of government in defining risk, adopting new technologies, and addressing the uncertainty tied to climate change.
Related ULI Reports and Activities
ULI Boston’s The Urban Implications of Living with Water, October 2014.
ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing’s Housing in America: Integrating Housing, Health, and Resilience in a Changing Environment, August 2014.
ULI Europe’s Extreme Weather Events and Property Values, June 2014.
2014 Hines Student Design Competition: Winners and Finalists on Sulphur Dell, Nashville and the floodways of the Cumberland River.
Recent ULI Case Studies
Additional Urban Land articles
Policy Perspective is an on-going project of ULI’s policy effort. Each Policy Perspective topic includes an article in the print edition of Urban Land and is coordinated with various additional activities and resources that appear in UrbanLand Online or on other web and social media platforms.
Past Policy Perspectives:
- Urban Resilience Part I (November 2014)
- TIF and Redevelopment (August 2014)
- Energy Efficiency (June 2014)
- Inaugural Topic: Embracing the Street
Contact Sarah Jo Peterson, Senior Director, Policy (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about Policy Perspective topics, the article series, and additional activities.