Conference

Innovations in Climate Resilience

Your Solutions Make
the Difference

Join the community working to address changes in our climate. Share your innovations during our curated technical program featuring poster presentations and platform and lightning talks.
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March 29-30, 2022
Columbus, Ohio

The Conference on Innovations in Climate Resilience, presented by Battelle in collaboration with DOE National Laboratories, offers a curated technical program with invited keynote presentations, platform and lightning talks and a poster reception.

We’re expecting an audience of government leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators to explore breakthroughs in technology, science, policy and infrastructure that will help mitigate the threats to our environment, health, communities, national security and economic well-being from a changing climate.


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Keynote Speakers

Speaker - Alice Hill

Nov 9, 2021, 08:42 AM
Title : Speaker - Alice Hill
Name : Alice Hill
Position : Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment, Council on Foreign Relations

Alice Hill is the David M. Rubenstein Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment at the Council on Foreign Relations. Her work at CFR focuses on the risks, consequences, and responses associated with climate change. Hill previously served as special assistant to President Barack Obama and senior director for resilience policy on the National Security Council staff where she led the development of national policy to build resilience to catastrophic risks, including climate change and biological threats.

Photo: Image of Alice Hill, one of our keynote speakers
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The program will emphasize field applications, case studies, technology solutions and test beds, but submissions on fundamental research and modeling studies are also encouraged.
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Program Overview

Climate resiliency is focused on developing solutions to climate change. The technical program offers scientists and researchers an opportunity to join the community working at the forefront of innovations that reduce the impacts of climate change by restoring our ecosystems, by enabling adaptation of our built infrastructure and societies or by dramatically reducing the trajectory of causative factors.

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