Webinar Summary: As the summer hurricane and wildfire season sets in, cities are more vulnerable than ever due to the new realities of COVID-19. NOAA has predicted a 60% chance of an above-normal hurricane season in 2020 and Californians are anticipating an active wildfire season given the dry winter. Given new fiscal budget constraints, and concerns related to social distancing, evacuation and shelter in place, cities will face new challenges this year. Hear from member experts and city leaders helping their cities to be more prepared for potential events this summer.
Flooding is the most expensive and common natural disaster in the United States, and managing flood risk is critical to protecting homes, local and regional economies, and community well-being. On Safer Ground: Floodplain Buyouts and Community Resili...
The ULI Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence Ceremony will celebrate the most outstanding urban development achievements in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors in the Asia Pacific region. A celebration and a roundup of the winning projects that ...
Much discussion has taken place in recent years about the do’s and don’ts of design for development of mixed-use projects, but the global pandemic has changed the ballgame. In a concurrent session at the 2021 ULI Virtual Spring Meeting, experts at Ca...