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The Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources (OCCIAR) presents a Two-Part Webinar Series:
Collaboration to Enhance Resilience to Climate Change:
An emerging trend in climate change risk management is a systems perspective considering the interdependencies of infrastructure providers. The first webinar provides an overview of how the City of Toronto has engaged internal divisions and external organizations, such as Toronto Hydro and other utilities, to better understand and manage climate risk. The second webinar provides a more detailed look at how Toronto Hydro is taking practical actions to adapt to climate change.
Part 2: Toronto Hydro’s Climate Adaptation Actions
Rob is an Engineer in the Standards and Policy Planning department at Toronto Hydro. Over the last two years, Rob has been coordinating efforts of multiple groups in the company to implement a wide variety of climate adaptation initiatives. He is Toronto Hydro's representative on the City of Toronto's multi-sectoral "Resilient City Working Group". Rob received his Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo in 2002 and is a registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario.