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FHWA/AASHTO Climate Change Adaptation Peer Exchange - December 2009

Table of Contents

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Background and introduction
  3. List of Attendees
  4. Agenda
  5. Opening Presentations
    1. 5.1 Gloria Shepherd, FHWA
    2. 5.2 Jim Mcdonnell and Shannon Eggleston, AASHTO
    3. 5.3 FHWA Adaptation Efforts, Robert Ritter and Mike Culp, FHWA
    4. 5.4 AASHTO Overview, Shannon Eggleston and Jim Mcdonnell, AASHTO
    5. 5.5 Climate Effects and Selected Examples of Climate Impacts, Rob Kafalenos, FHWA
  6. Adaptation Efforts Underway in States
    1. 6.1 Survey Responses On State Plans and Activities For Adapting to Climate Change, Stephen Gaj, FHWA
  7. State Roundtable
    1. 7.1 California, Sue Kiser, FHWA, California Division
    2. 7.2 Florida, Lee Ann Jacobs, FHWA, Florida Division
    3. 7.3 Maryland, Donald Sparklin, Maryland DOT
    4. 7.4 District of Columbia, Maurice Keys, District of Columbia DOT
    5. 7.5 Illinois, John Fortmann, Illinois DOT
    6. 7.6 Washington, Nancy Boyd, Washington DOT
    7. 7.7 Massachusetts, Frank A. Tramontozzi, Massachusetts DOT
    8. 7.8 Michigan, Gregory C. Johnson, Michigan DOT
    9. 7.9 Colorado, Richard Gabel, Colorado DOT
  8. Peer Exchange
    1. 8.1 Current Responsibilities of States
    2. 8.2 Current Stressors and Climate Change Stressors
    3. 8.3 Adaptation Opportunities
    4. 8.4 Barriers to Adaptation
    5. 8.5 Continuum of What States Can Do
    6. 8.6 Adaptation Needs – What FHWA Can Provide
    7. 8.7 Adaptation Funding Needs
    8. 8.8 Efficient Methods For Providing Adaptation Needs
  9. Next Steps
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