Best Practices for Designing Resilient and Sustainable Coastal, Marine and Offshore Infrastructure – Building Responsibly: A Technical Webinar Series Hosted by ECOncrete

Our expert speakers will share their insights and experiences regarding design, implementation, and maintenance of resilient coastal protection; encompassing the social, recreational, and ecological aspects of design. We will also discuss techniques for sustainable energy production through responsible offshore infrastructure development.

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The N-EWN Knowledge Series

The Network for Engineering with Nature (N-EWN) invites you to join us for The N-EWN Knowledge Series: A Continuing Education Series about Engineering with Nature.

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Webinar: Increasing Coastal Resilience to Sea-level Rise through Natural Infrastructure and Beneficial Use of Dredged Materials

Dr. C. Rhett Jackson of the University of Georgia will present on the need to increase coastal resiliency in barrier island and coastal communities of the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts. He will discuss how a mix of natural infrastructure projects, traditional infrastructure retrofits, and policy refinements, including managed retreat will address sea-level rise issues. The presentation will touch upon how beneficial use of dredge materials may help reduce overall costs of sea-level rise adaptation.

What does a changing climate mean for Georgia’s infrastructure?

Georgia’s climate is changing threatening the state’s essential water, energy, and transportation infrastructure. In the years to come, investment in innovative resiliency efforts will ensure a just future for all Georgians. N-EWN member Rhett Jackson participated in this webinar. Learn more

The Engineering with Nature Podcast

Click the picture for the latest N-EWN related Engineering With Nature Podcast, which features Dr. Brian Bledsoe and Dr. Todd Bridges as they discuss how collaborations with academia can help develop future practitioners.

Paths Forward for Optimal Data Collection for Future Natural Disaster Events: A 1st Step Toward Effective Analysis of Pre/Post Disaster Monitoring

On March 18th 2021, N-EWN researchers Dr. Safra Altman and Dr. Marshall Shepherd hosted a workshop to engage Gulf, East coast and Caribbean partners and
stakeholders to compile data on current practices and limitations with respect to monitoring relevant
natural features in order to summarize this information and to identify potential collaborators to move
forward with case study development.

Hydroclimatic Risk Requires a Return to Humility-Based Management

An exciting, interdisciplinary conversation between N-EWN members Dr. Brian Bledsoe, Dr. Don Nelson and Dr. Marshall Shepherd, hosted by the Society for Freshwater Science. View the recording here!

Third Wednesday with Marshall Shepherd: Urban Effects on Hydrometeorological Processes

The Third Wednesday Symposium is a monthly series hosted by the River Basin Center. On Wednesday, February 17th at 4 p.m. Dr. Marshall Shepherd will give a talk on the Urban Effects on Hydrometeorological Processes. The link to the recorded talk will be shared here.