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"keenan associates" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

05:49 min | 11 months ago

"keenan associates" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"Hey adapters welcome back to the PODCAST I hope you're still doing well during this pandemic and please wear a mask all right and this upset of America APPs. I'm hosting. Dr Jesse Keenan of Tulane University Jesse has been a regular contributor to the podcast. And in this episode we talked about some research. He's done on what climate change will mean for the thirty year mortgage. Obviously, the story is much more complex than that and we'll dig into the risky behavior of. Of, financing homes in coastal areas also talk about Jesse's recent move from Harvard to Tulane University in New Orleans very cold move for Jesse, okay upcoming up suits. My next episode has been long in the making. It will be the first of a three part episode arc with the Trustees of Massachusetts. We're GONNA learn about coastal adaptation in Martha's Vineyard and northern Massachusetts. It's an epic series that I'm looking forward to sharing with you also have Dr. Maxine Birkat at the. The, University of Hawaii and we'll be talking about climate, justice and other related work. She's leading I did mention previously. I was going to interviews former senator. Russ Feingold that is still in the works, but it's requiring some scheduling juggling. That isn't easy, but we'll get that one down soon also before we get started Jesse reminded me to give a shoutout that the federal. Register has officially opened for comment on the draft prospectus of the fifth national. Climate Assessment Folks this This is important I. Know I have a ton of listeners that are capable of giving useful feedback to that process and I hear adaptation will be highlighted more than ever I know. We think the government isn't doing much on climate change, but didn't national climate assessment is the benchmark for so much planning this country. Please do your little part and make this process the best. It can be okay. Let's jump into this conversation with Dr. Jesse Keenan of Tulane University. After him back to a very exciting episode, returning once again to the pod is Dr Jesse Keenan Associate Professor Real Estate at the School of Architecture at Tulane University welcome back Jesse. Thanks for having me well. Jesse, you are a recurring character on this podcast. It's always a pleasure to get you back on, but I want to actually maybe dig into that toward the end of the episode, but just quickly I think most people associate you with Harvard and what's happened? You're at too late now. Yeah I've you know you get to a certain agent like most junior? Junior faculty at Harvard Law the Ivy League schools. You get the boot. They don't really develop junior faculty in at least in terms of tenure and things like that, so you get to a certain age, get the boot. Everybody knows that going into it. You spend your time there, but you know you realize that there's a cap on how long you're going to be at these schools on. I think for me. There's been a lot of I. really enjoy the process of engaging different institutions in terms of what I could potentially contribute, and how they support the kind of work that I do, and I think ultimately as it relates to lane in the school of architecture to lane. It was a really just an ideal fit I. Think for all around in terms of what they're doing at the school. The university is legacy, not just a post, Katrina landscape, which which is very robust in terms of environmental research, and ultimately within the realm of adaptation that is truly interdisciplinary, and that's the kind of world that I like to live in and. Some schools support that other schools don't necessarily support that, but I think two lanes got a great track record and I've just been very thrilled to find a new home in many ways for not so much myself. And my wife, but but really the worst. It's been a very smooth transition and just couldn't be more thrilled. You're technically still in Boston, though when when you think you'll make the move to New Orleans. Yeah, in the coming once will make the move. It's very difficult as you can imagine. Across the country in the middle of a pandemic, but we'll get there. We'll get there and and. One of the interesting things thinking about the idea of resilience, organizational resilience is that after Hurricane Katrina to lane was really had a sort of existential problem. which is that you know hurricanes happen? There's all kinds of things that challenge the continuity of delivery of the goods and services of higher education if you will, and they really invested in that continuity, and so I think when the pandemic came around. The they had long stress tested what it meant to transition to remote learning and teaching, research and service, and so I think in many ways they've been much better off than a lot of other universities that have been Laura a reactionary and in their responses, so it's actually been quite amazing to see how that learning has gotten to the point where they can respond in more affirmative and productive ways will all I can say is a huge loss Harvard. You are one of the leading thinkers on adaptation, and this as you know is going to become more important so two. Two lanes gain all right. We're here to talk about climate change and thirty year mortgages, and and I want to get a little bit of background here that I'm GonNa. Let you fill in details Christopher Val. WHO's a writer for the new? York Times recently came out with an article in it was called rising seas, threatening American institution, the thirty year mortgage and fascinating article, and some of the recent research that you've done that was used it and you were quoted in that article, but could you kind of quickly? Summarize what he was saying in that on your times article? Well they highlighted a couple of pieces of research that I've been leading with two different groups. One with my co author Jake Brand at the Kennedy School at Harvard in another with Marco Tedesco Caroline whole ques- at Lamont Doherty Earth Absorbs Columbia University. We were looking at two different things, but the main focus is you site with the paper on underwater? Writing on the gives a little bit of a theoretical foundation to this concept of blue lining was really centered on our appear cool findings associated with the activity of mortgage lenders, and our general thesis was this..

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"keenan associates" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"keenan associates" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

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