Mohd Khawlie

Mohd Khawlie

Environmental consultant at Palladium

Email

 

Highly Rated Resources

Mohd Khawlie rated the following resources with four or five stars.

 

Affiliated Resources

Mohd Khawlie is affiliated with the following resources in the Adaptation Clearinghouse.

 

Coastal Adaptation to Sea level rise Tool (COAST)

Developed at the University of Southern Maine with funding from the EPA, the COAST program predicts damages from varying amounts of sea level rise (SLR) and storms of various intensities, and evaluates relative benefits and costs of response strategies. Although it is a technical tool, COAST can connect the technical with the social, political, and economic realities of local adaptation. Stakeholders are involved when they parametrize the model. Being entirely driven by the participants, the tool uses locally derived data on vulnerable assets such as real estate, economic activity, infrastructure, and natural resources.

Related Organizations: Catalysis Adaptation Partners, LLC, University of Southern Maine, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Author or Affiliated User: Mohd Khawlie

Resource Category: Data and tools

 

See Resource

 

Land-Use Scenarios: National-Scale Housing-Density Scenarios Consistent with Climate Change Storylines

June 2009

Climate and land-use change are major components of global environmental change with feedbacks between these components. The consequences of these interactions show that land-use may exacerbate or alleviate climate-change effects. Based on these findings it is important to use land-use scenarios that are consistent with the specific assumptions underlying climate change scenarios.

Related Organizations: Colorado State University, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), ICF International

Author or Affiliated User: Mohd Khawlie

Resource Category: Planning

 

See Resource

 

Water Scarcity and Climate Change: Growing Risks for Businesses and Investors

February 2009

In a world where industries are dependent on water, where water sustains our global economy, and climate change is likely to exacerbate already diminishing water supplies, few business have contemplated the risks of a diminishing water supply. This report covers global water trends and climate change, analyzes water-related business risks, and evaluates industry sector risks. Water-related risks discussed are specific to eight water-intensive industry sectors: high-tech, beverage, agriculture, electric power/energy, apparel,  biotechnology/pharmaceutical, forest products, and metals/mining.

Related Organizations: Ceres, Pacific Institute

Authors or Affiliated Users: Jason Morrison, Mari Morikawa, Mohd Khawlie, Michael Murphy, Peter Schulte

Resource Category: Assessments

 

See Resource

 

Average Rating

Water Needs and Strategies for a Sustainable Future

June 2006

This report, along with the 2008 report, "Water Needs and Strategies for a Sustainable Future: Next Steps," include consensus recommendations and action items to both encourage and assist local, state and federal planners and managers and private sector partners to coordinate effectively to prepare for and address challenges of over-appropriated watersheds, population growth, land use changes, water needs for in-stream uses, and water supply and water management strategies in Western states. These reports address six specific issues, including: examining water policies and population growth, providing water supply to meet future demands, maintaining water supply infrastructure, resolving Indian water rights, preparing for climate change, and conserving endangered species.

Related Organizations: Western States Water Council (WSWC), Western Governors' Association (WGA)

Author or Affiliated User: Mohd Khawlie

Resource Category: Planning

 

See Resource