Natalie Ambrosio Preudhomme is an Associate Director at Moody’s Analytics on the Commercial Real Estate thought leadership team, where she does research and market engagement focused on climate change. Natalie joined Moody’s through the acquisition of Four Twenty Seven, a leading provider of data on physical climate risk. At Four Twenty Seven she led editorial strategy and communications. Previously, Natalie helped develop an assessment of U.S. cities’ vulnerabilities to climate change and their readiness to adapt, at the Notre Dame Global Adaptation Initiative (ND-GAIN). She currently serves on the Urban Land Institute’s Pacific Northwest ESG Council and the University of Notre Dame’s Accountancy Department Advisory Board. Natalie holds a B.S. in Environmental Science and a Certificate in Journalism, Ethics, and Democracy from the University of Notre Dame and a Certificate in Climate and Investing from the CFA UK.
Wednesday, February 21, 2024
10:00am – 11:15am
Hilton Austin, Room 406, Floor 4
Nearly 15 million people live in a FEMA-designated 100-year floodplain and more than 46 million homes are located in the wildland-urban interface. Millions more are left in the dark, often in extremely hot or freezing temperatures, after severe storms disrupt power. As disasters continue to increase in frequency and intensity, protecting people and housing units from climate impacts is a critical component to preserving supply. Join this session to explore strategies for protecting communities from fires, floods, and power outages. This session is eligible for 1.25 AICP credits. Sign-in sheets will be available at the conference.