Thought Leadership

Better Tools for Better Climate Adaptation Decision-Making

Article written by Albert Slap, President and CEO of Coastal Risk Consulting ...

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Miami Dade County Water Summit

CRC President and CEO Mr. Slap speaks at Miami Dade County Water Summit: Why Water Matters...

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Adaptation Canada National Symposium on Climate Change Adapation

Coastal Risk representative Ira Feldman will join leaders from academia, businesses, government and more at a 3 day climate change adaptation symposium. ...

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UNESCO Symposium on Sea Level Rise and the Future of Coastal Settlements

Coastal Risk's science director, Dr. Keren Bolter, speaks at the UNESCO panel on sea level rise and urban development. ...

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Tomorrow Tour: Exploring Entrepreneurship and Technology

Coastal Risk attends the Tomorrow Tour event series kickoff at the University of Miami...

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Security and Sustainability Forum

Webinar: Using Living Flood Maps to Prepare Coastal Communities...

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Coastal Risk Highlighted in the Harvard Business Review

"Rising Sea Levels Won’t Doom U.S. Coastal Cities"...

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Coastal Risk Highlighted in a Published Paper

CRC was highlighted in a paper published by the University of Amsterdam titled "A Human Geographical Approach to Understanding the Ramifications of Sea Level Rise for Urban Miami" ...

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Dr. Keren Bolter Speaks at University of South Florida

Coastal Risk's science director, Dr. Keren Bolter, gives a talk titled "Global Warming, Climate Change and Sea Level Rise: The Impact on Pinellas County" ...

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WPBT2 South Florida PBS, January 2016

According to global warming experts and scientists, Miami is considered "ground zero" for sea-level rise and continues to be the focal point to witness the affects in action. But what about counties to the north, that also have low-lying areas prone to flooding? These residents could be underestimat...

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Building the 'On Ramp' to a Resilient Future

Imagine you're stuck in traffic on an old, two-lane road inside a crowded, coastal city. The road's in pretty bad shape with many potholes. Some areas are starting to flood. A number of motorists have abandoned their vehicles in the rising waters and appear to be wandering around in a daze. High ...

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Trust, Connect & Collaborate

I’ve been fortunate to work with companies such as Nike and DuPont that had leaders that committed to sustainability early. In some cases they championed climate change (against popular sentiment) and drove change across their organizations and down their value chains, often beginning with energy s...

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Dr. Keren Bolter at TEDxMiami 2013

Keren Bolter is dedicated to increasing awareness of the need for adaption to sea level rise in South Florida. Her research to date includes mapping and analysis of the impacts of sea level rise, addressing both physical, socioeconomic, and health implications...

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CRC Shares Insights on Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flooding at Leading Conferences

  • Adaptation Canada, April 2016
  • Environmental Seminar and Earth Day UpdateUniversity of Pennsylvania, May 2016
  • PROVIA Adaptation Futures, Netherlands, May 2016 
  • Sea Level Rise & South FL Real Estate, Fort Lauderdale, FL May 2016  
  • Wharton Business Radio Show, Preparing for Rising Sea Levels, May 2016

Client Testimonials

See What Clients Say About the Value of CRC’s Products

"Duke Properties is a provider of world-class service in the property management business. Having had personal experiences with Superstorm Sandy, we wanted our clients to understand their flooding risks and be prepared. Our management used Coastal Risk's innovative flood and storm models on our private residences. Understanding the value to us, personally, we are now integrating flood prediction modeling into our business processes. Additionally, the staff at Coastal Risk is very knowledgeable and responsive and will take the time needed to explain the model results and discuss cost-effective, adaptation options. This is an exciting new product for the property management industry, which will help us make more informed decisions in the future as climate changes."

Albert Dweck
Duke Properties

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