Asset Management, Climate Resilience Risk, and Resilience Intelligence (presented by Michael Bilney MBA | Global Senior Principal | Asset Management and Resilience | Cardno)

Event Location: CTS (see map for location)

Event Date/Time:  28 October 2021 | 1130 - 1300 CET

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Event Description:  International facility and asset managers are working to increase climate resilience at their facilities by aligning and integrating risk-based resilience analysis and improvement actions with facility and asset management strategies.  This presentation demonstrates how climate hazard resilience risk analysis, and “Resilience Intelligence” can help international asset managers and organization leadership successfully meet climate and other natural hazard exposure and resilience improvement challenges. 

Case study examples will demonstrate how risk-based resilience assessment and investment prioritization can help international organization leadership and asset managers be more successful.  The case studies describe successful efforts to analyze and prioritize the exposures, risks and actions needed to identify and recover from the increasing frequency and severity of disruptive climate and natural hazard events.


Mr. Bilney will show how to analyze and prioritize climate risks and identify investments to increase resilience.  Case studies of projects from international defense and civilian agencies include the US Army, NOAA, NASA, Australian Defence, and others.  Examples provide guidance on how to identify expectations for operations and business continuity and recovery, and measure and improve recovery cost and time.


4 Key Presentation Take-aways

  • “Good Practices” identified through military and civilian resilience and risk analysis efforts.
  • Why prioritize climate change threats, vulnerabilities, and resilience and adaptation investments.
  • Why planners should consider effects of near and distant competition for resources during recovery.
  • Benefits of developing “Resilience Intelligence” throughout the organization.

4 Key Learning Objectives

  • Why a shared understanding of asset resilience and climate hazard terms and definitions is critical.
  • Major components of a risk-based approach to climate-event and resilience risk analysis.
  • 4 major elements of a resilience baseline and measures and metrics to improve recovery.
  • 5 management system linkages between resilience, asset management, and operational continuity.
Asset Management, Climate Resilience Risk, and Resilience Intelligence
Start Date/Time:
Thursday, October 28, 2021 11:30 AM