Category Archives: Laura Read

Why are Catastrophe Bonds MIA in peer-reviewed water management literature?

Recently, climate experts and water planners have spent significant resources to understand if extreme events are increasing (or decreasing) and how to plan for the consequences to urban populations and infrastructure.  One piece of this puzzle is computing the likelihood … Continue reading

Comments Off

Filed under Laura Read, Risk, Uncategorized

Peru Wastewater Treatment Plant and Education Project

As part of an Active Citizen Scholarship grant from Tisch College and an on-going Engineers Without Borders project through the Greater Austin Chapter, I traveled with a team to the Central Andes in Peru for an assessment and education trip. … Continue reading

Comments Off

Filed under Laura Read