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UNECE Caroline & Will with logo

ARRB presents to the United Nations

by Australian Road Research Board on June 19, 2018

Caroline Evans of the Sustainability and Resilience team, at ARRB - your National Transport Research Organisation - is the Australian contributor to the United Nations Group of Experts on Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation for Transport Networks and Nodes.

Recently, Caroline presented to the United Nations Group on Australia’s latest adaptation projects being undertaken by the Australian Road Research Board. Will Hore-Lacy, Data Research Leader at ARRB, also provided information on Australia’s infrastructure and climate mapping data as well as the capabilities of the ARRB Advanced Technologies Lab.

The presentations highlighted the value in sharing knowledge and a national data set between experts across Australia and internationally.

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