The PIEVC Alliance is pleased to announce the launch of the PIEVC Practitioner’s Network through the upcoming Climate Change Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Infrastructure Webinar Series and Global Forum (in Vancouver, BC April 2023).
The Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Protocol was developed to assist engineers in factoring climate change impacts into plans for design, operation, and maintenance of infrastructure. The community of PIEVC practitioners is rapidly growing across Canada, and internationally, and practices are evolving. This Practitioner’s Network will create new connections among individuals and organizations and engender a renewed sense of shared purpose for those whose day-to-day work is to plan for and build more climate resilient infrastructure, communities, and economies.
The PIEVC Alliance, includes the Climate Risk Institute (CRI), the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction (ICLR), the Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation, and the project The PIEVC Alliance, includes the Climate Risk Institute (CRI), the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction (ICLR), the Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation, and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).
Webinar Schedule (*please note that the times vary based on international content but all webinars will be recorded and available to registrants):
August 25, 2022: PIEVC Program: Background, Status and New Directions
September 22, 2022: From Assessment to Implementation of Action
October 20, 2022: Institutionalizing CCVRA
November 17, 2022: Climate services for CCVRA
December 15, 2022: Large Portfolio Analyses using PIEVC
January 19, 2023: Integration of PIEVC into Asset Management & the High Level Screening Guide
February 16, 2023: PIEVC Green
March 16, 2023: PIEVC - Where To From Here?
For more information about each session, please visit climateriskinstitute.ca/PIEVCwebinars