Climate risk modeling can improve our understanding of when and where water supply threats may emerge. This insight is essential to the development of resilient water infrastructure at home as well as anticipating water-related crises around the world. The challenge of global water security has been well documented, as the sources here illustrate. Tools like LMI’s ClimateIQ, which features the industry-leading Climanomics® platform, can help government leaders go beyond awareness of water supply threats to begin developing solutions.
About the Authors
Erwin has more than 25 years of experience at the nexus of national security and the environment. Prior to LMI, he assessed the national security implications of climate change, including water scarcity analysis and modeling, for an Intelligence Community customer.
Erwin Villiger, PhD,
Larry advises LMI customers on the real and potential national security consequences of climate change. He also runs the only website on water and sustainability issues in Hawaii and contributed to the state’s future water strategic plan for LMI.