Last April, Dr. Nicholas Santella discussed the results of his ongoing research into the effects of natural hazards on the chemical and petroleum industries at the Sustainable Property and Asset-Based Transactions: Closing Deals and Capturing Market Opportunities conference in Philadelphia, PA.
One of multiple presenters, Dr. Nicholas spoke on the topic of “Hurricane vs. Environmental Infrastructure: Who Wins and Can We Really Protect Ourselves?” alongside James Done of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Susan Doering of Tokio Marine Specialty-Environmental, and Richard Sheldon of Willis Environmental Practice – Willis Towers Watson with moderator Guillermo Accame of Panattoni Development Company, Inc.
On June 5th, the presentation made its way overseas and was included in the 6th International Summit on Hurricanes and Climate Change: From Hazard to Impact in Crete. Although unable to attend, Dr. Nicholas’s research and slides were included in the newly titled presentation, “Cyclone Impacts to Environmental Infrastructure: A Risk Management Approach.”
For more information on the presentation, contact Dr. Nicholas Santella directly by clicking here.