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Join the Severe Storm Prediction, Education, & Evacuation from Disasters Center for their 10th conference, specifying on Houston’s Post-Harvey Climate & how Flood Impacts the Built Environment.
Please join SSPEED for their 10th Conference,
where top academic, consulting, and governmental experts will present on a wide variety of topics.
Urban Design & Policy for Flood Protection
Influence of Climate Change on Recent Storms
Preparing for Hurricanes of the Future
Structural & Non-Structural Flood Mitigation
Flood Warning Systems
Flooding Impacts on Mobility & Transportation
Coastal & In-Bay Surge Defenses
MAAPNext Update from HCFCD
Impact of the Big Freeze on Energy Systems
Carbon Exchange Update
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour is returning to Houston on January 29, 2022. Hosted by the Citizens’ Environmental Coalition, this year’s film fest will be a hybrid event, taking place both online and in person at MATCH to accommodate everyone’s COVID safety preferences.
Chaired by Scott and Judy Nyquist, the citizens of Houston will attend an event hosted by the Rice Design Alliance to honor Rice Architecture for bringing people together for the past 50 years. The Rice Design Alliance enhances the Houston urban community by working on local design issues, which keeps the working world in our city functional. The event’s proceeds will go to the Rice Design Alliance’s educational mission.