Judsen helps clients assess vulnerabilities and manage risks from changing climate and extreme weather to infrastructure and natural resources in the United States and abroad. His expertise includes translating climate science into practical information for decision-making, conducting risk assessments for assets and operations, analyzing costs and benefits of resilience actions, and supporting long-term planning for climate adaptation and resilience. Judsen leads a portfolio of work assessing risks and building resilience to extreme weather and climate change with energy utilities across the country.
We've got good scientific information about how things are projected to continue to change in lots of places and that includes things like expanding areas of wildfire risk to intensification of coastal storms. The report on the resilience gap ultimately focused on mitigation of climate related threats, as opposed to decarbonization, which is often the focus of CDP filings.2 July 2021