Resilience & Climate Adaptation

  • Climate change from the front lines: How the conversation is evolving in the Arctic

    Climate change from the front lines: How the conversation is evolving in the Arctic

    Alaska’s Climate Change Roundtable focused on 4 major themes: mitigation, adaptation, research, and response

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  • Economics of Water Series: Extreme weather—after the hurricanes

    Economics of Water Series: Extreme weather—after the hurricanes

    Resiliency and coastal restoration experts say severe storm recovery starts with preparedness

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  • In resiliency, if we’re not focused on data and technology, we’re in trouble

    In resiliency, if we’re not focused on data and technology, we’re in trouble

    Data collection and its impact on our risk should be a no-brainer, but is it? GIS and information management helps give a clear picture

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  • Published in Alaska Business Monthly: Arctic infrastructure ingenuity

    Published in Alaska Business Monthly: Arctic infrastructure ingenuity

    Engineering keeps old and new buildings stable and safe. Three Anchorage design experts explain what’s involved in the far north.

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  • From Stantec ERA: The power of bringing hydropower and solar energy together

    From Stantec ERA: The power of bringing hydropower and solar energy together

    The combination of a hybrid solar and hydroelectric systems could provide new opportunities for sustainable power generation

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  • Published in Hydro Review: Samoan Islands lead renewable energy efforts

    Published in Hydro Review: Samoan Islands lead renewable energy efforts

    Two small hydro projects constructed in Samoa have increased electricity supply and helped boost hydro capacity to meet the islands renewable energy goals

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  • From Stantec ERA: The future of the mining industry in a renewable-energy world

    From Stantec ERA: The future of the mining industry in a renewable-energy world

    Increasing synergies lead to reduced energy costs, improved environmental performance, and a greater social impact

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  • Design Quarterly Issue 06 | Destination Zero

    Design Quarterly Issue 06 | Destination Zero

    What's driving the global push for sustainable buildings and what are the tools and techniques we can use to create Net Zero Carbon and Net Zero Energy buildings?

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  • From Stantec ERA: 5 reasons why oil companies are investing in solar energy

    From Stantec ERA: 5 reasons why oil companies are investing in solar energy

    Find out why solar energy—which has emerged as a cheap and limitless source of renewable energy—is now used by oil and gas companies to run refineries

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  • Presenting Stantec Design Quarterly 06: Destination Zero

    Presenting Stantec Design Quarterly 06: Destination Zero

    How do designers help battle climate change? Sustainability means thinking about net zero energy and net zero carbon—in new construction and in retrofits.

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  • From Stantec ERA: What are the options for Alberta’s oil sands in a low-carbon future?

    From Stantec ERA: What are the options for Alberta’s oil sands in a low-carbon future?

    Our recent study with Alberta Innovates on the future of the oil sands showcases the strong potential of bitumen products and how it can diversify the economy

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  • Published in American Infrastructure: The AI Interview – Lisa Beutler, President of the AWRA

    Published in American Infrastructure: The AI Interview – Lisa Beutler, President of the AWRA

    Stantec’s Lisa Beutler—current president of American Water Resource Association—looks at the developments in the changing world of water

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  • From Stantec ERA: Pumped storage is the answer to the sustainable energy-storage dilemma

    From Stantec ERA: Pumped storage is the answer to the sustainable energy-storage dilemma

    Pumped-storage hydropower is a reliable, clean, and sustainable answer to our energy-storage needs and renewable energy growth

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  • World Environment Day: Addressing air quality through the built environment

    World Environment Day: Addressing air quality through the built environment

    How planning and design tactics can improve indoor and outdoor air quality for lasting impacts on our communities

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  • 3 steps dam owners and communities should commit to today to address dam safety

    3 steps dam owners and communities should commit to today to address dam safety

    Maintaining our dams and having a plan for the worst are key to protecting life and property

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  • From Stantec ERA: Offshore wind energy is the green future of electricity generation

    From Stantec ERA: Offshore wind energy is the green future of electricity generation

    Massachusetts is leading in the US by tapping into the ocean winds for energy

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  • A case study on creating a sustainable port for Canada’s Department of National Defence

    A case study on creating a sustainable port for Canada’s Department of National Defence

    Resilient infrastructure design practices help to protect the nation against threats stemming from climate change

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  • From Stantec ERA: What’s the future of energy? An Energy Remix to power our planet.

    From Stantec ERA: What’s the future of energy? An Energy Remix to power our planet.

    As the population grows, the need for more energy also grows—and old and new stakeholders are redefining how we power, live, and move about our planet

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  • Published in Metro Magazine: Tempe Streetcar critical to expanding rail service

    Published in Metro Magazine: Tempe Streetcar critical to expanding rail service

    Tom Wolf, Transportation engineer and project manager, writes about the Tempe Streetcar project, which connects Arizona State University and downtown

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  • Infrastructure Week 2019: Parks as infrastructure—providing resilience and quality of life

    Infrastructure Week 2019: Parks as infrastructure—providing resilience and quality of life

    Across America, 1 in 3 people do not have access to a park within a 10-minute walk of their home. Here’s why that’s a problem.

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