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Using Existing Airport Management Systems to Manage Climate Risk (2018)

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vii Key Terms 1 Chapter 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Who Should Use This Handbook? 1 1.2 Why Should I Use This Handbook? 4 1.3 What Is the Purpose of This Handbook? 4 1.4 What Does the Handbook Cover? 8 Chapter 2 Conduct Self-Assessment of Relevant Climate Hazards and Management Systems 8 2.1 What Are My Relevant Climate Hazards? 12 2.2 What Are My Expected Climate Risks? 16 2.3 Which Management Systems Should I Use to Manage My Climate Risks? 19 Chapter 3 Build Support 19 3.1 Identify a Champion 19 3.2 Define Roles and Responsibilities 20 3.3 Make the Case to Executive Management 20 3.4 Build Support across Airport Departments 20 3.5 Coordinate with External Stakeholders 21 3.6 Communicate Effectively 22 Chapter 4 Take Action to Integrate Climate Risks 22 4.1 Strategic Planning Strategies 27 4.2 Master Planning Strategies 32 4.3 Enterprise Risk Management Strategies 36 4.4 Safety Management Strategies 41 4.5 Capital Planning Strategies 48 4.6 Asset Management Strategies 53 4.7 Emergency Management Strategies 58 4.8 Cross-Cutting Adaptive Management Strategies 61 Chapter 5 Next Steps 62 References A-1 Appendix A Self-Assessment Worksheet B-1 Appendix B Template for Communicating with Airport Executives C-1 Appendix C Data Metrics to Monitor D-1 Appendix D Climate Data Resources E-1 Appendix E Quick Start Handbook C O N T E N T S Note: Photographs, figures, and tables in this report may have been converted from color to grayscale for printing. The electronic version of the report (posted on the web at www.trb.org) retains the color versions.

K E Y T E R M S Adaptation. Initiatives and measures to reduce the vulnerability of natural and human systems against actual or expected climate change effects. Various types of adaptation exist, for example, anticipatory and reactive, private and public, and autonomous and planned. Adaptation increases resilience to future impacts. Adaptation puts an understanding of hazard and risk first and considers impacts, costs, and acceptance in addition to return on investment [Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) 2015a]. This research report uses the term climate risk management to refer to adaptation. Adaptive management. A systematic approach to managing uncertainty that promotes flexible decision-making as information evolves. Adaptive management emphasizes learning while doing (ACRP 2015a and U.S. Department of Interior 2009). Airport management system. Function or formalized airport process for managing aspects of the business. In this handbook, these systems or processes are described using the plan–do–check–act model used to manage processes and systems (International Organization for Standardization 2015). Climate entry point. Existing step in a management system that provides an opportunity to manage climate risks. Climate hazard (or climate change hazard). Changes due to or directly related to changing climate. Examples include sea level rise, increased global and regional temperatures, and shifts in precipitation patterns. Also known as a climate stressor (ACRP 2015a). Climate risk (or climate change risk). The potential losses associated with individual or multiple climate hazards, defined in terms of expected probability and frequency, exposure, and consequences (ACRP 2015a). Climate risk management. Methods to minimize, monitor, and control climate risks, such as through avoiding, accepting, removing, reducing, sharing, and retaining the risk (ISO 2009). Extreme weather event. An event that is rare at a particular place and time of year. Definitions of rare vary, but an extreme weather event would normally be as rare as or rarer than the 10th or 90th percentile of the observed probability density function. By definition, the characteristics of what is called extreme weather may vary from place to place in an absolute sense. Single extreme events cannot be simply and directly attributed to anthropogenic climate change, as there is always a finite chance that the event in question might have occurred naturally. When a pattern of extreme weather persists for some time, such as a season, that pattern may be classified as an extreme climate event, especially if it yields an average or total that is itself extreme (e.g., drought, heavy rainfall over a season) (ACRP 2015a). Resilience. The ability of a system to bounce back after experiencing a shock or stress. Resilient systems are usually characterized by flexibility and persistence (ACRP 2015a). Resilience may be an outcome of climate risk management activities.

To help overcome this barrier, ACRP is releasing ACRP Research Report 188: Using Existing Airport Management Systems to Manage Climate Risk, which is a handbook that helps airports understand the need to address climate change and demonstrates how climate change can be factored into their existing decision- making processes. The handbook includes a self-assessment tool for determining applicable management systems for climate-related decision-making within the airport, a detailed guide for integrating climate risks into seven key management systems, and strategies for building support across the airport. The seven man- agement systems addressed are strategic planning, master planning, enterprise risk management, safety management, capital planning, asset management, and emergency management. Under ACRP Project 02-74, research was conducted by ICF (led by Principal Investigator Beth Rodehorst), Gresham Smith & Partners, and Faith Group, LLC. Initial insights into the state of practice and key management systems for climate risk management were obtained through a literature review and webinars with airport stakeholders. The handbook was based on this initial research and then tested and vetted through several airport focus groups and site visits. An accom- panying quick start guide [Appendix E and online, found by searching the TRB website (www.TRB.org) for ACRP Research Report 188: Using Existing Airport Management Systems to Manage Climate Risk] covers the most critical portions of the handbook; airports may choose to use the quick start guide as a starting point and then refer to the handbook for more detailed information as needed. A Microsoft® PowerPoint presentation as an overview of the project is also avail- able online at the same site.

ACRP Research Report 188 is a handbook to help airport planners, management, airport operations staff, and others who need to integrate current and projected climate change- related risks into airport management systems and planning. The goal is to enable airports of all sizes, types, and geographic locations to reduce their vulnerability to current and projected impacts of climate change, including extreme weather events, and to minimize long-term costs to their facilities and operations. This handbook provides a detailed guide for integration, as well as a self-assessment tool for determining the applicable systems for climate-related decision-making within the airport. The accompanying quick start guide helps airports get started on the most critical portions of the handbook. Airports manage risk—including risks related to climate and weather—under various programs and decision-making processes, such as enterprise risk management, safety management, and emergency management. Additional processes such as asset manage- ment, capital planning, and others also manage risk by making sure resources are allo- cated, and assets designed and maintained, to reduce an airport’s vulnerability to certain stressors. Assumptions about climate and weather are built into most airport management sys- tems. Budget planning, for example, involves assumptions about how much infrastructure maintenance or replacement is needed to counteract effects of climate and weather. Emer- gency management and irregular operations planning involves assumptions about events that might disrupt operations. Expectations for future climate and weather conditions are usually based on historical records. However, climate change means that past events are not indicative of future events. If climate change is not taken into account, expensive infrastructure could be inadequately designed for future needs, the airport could be underprepared for extreme weather events and associated service disruptions, and other financial and operational planning efforts might not be optimized. Rather than considering climate change as a completely new and separate risk to address, airports can integrate the concept of climate change into their existing decision-making processes to ensure that climate risks are adequately managed. Approaching climate change in this way allows airports to make more informed decisions about appropriate invest- ments to mitigate risks over time. However, there are no universal best practices or existing guidelines on how to do so. Without an integrative resource for airports, climate risks can be viewed as an abstract and unquantifiable, with missed opportunities as a result. Air- ports also may not be aware of the full range of climate risk factors warranting inclusion in airports’ multihazard risk management processes. F O R E W O R D By Theresia H. Schatz Staff Officer Transportation Research Board

C O O P E R A T I V E R E S E A R C H P R O G R A M S AUTHOR ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This handbook was developed under ACRP Project 02-74 by ICF and its subcontractors Gresham, Smith & Partners and Faith Group, LLC. Beth Rodehorst was the principal investigator. The other authors of this report were Cassandra Bhat, Tommy Hendrickson, Amanda Vargo, and Charlotte Cherry of ICF; Lauren Seydewitz of Gresham, Smith & Partners; John Lengel of RS&H (formerly with Gresham, Smith & Partners); and Dave Fleet of Faith Group, LLC. Airport stakeholders also contributed to the research by providing feedback on the direction and con- tent of the handbook during a series of webinars and site visits. Webinar participants included representa- tives from the City of Phoenix Airport Department, the City and County of Denver, Atlanta Department of Aviation, Lee County Port Authority, Columbus Regional Airport Authority, Allegheny County Airport Authority, and Massachusetts Port Authority. Site visits were held at Southwest Florida International Airport, Denver International Airport, Logan International Airport, Pittsburgh International Airport, and Seattle—Tacoma International Airport. CRP STAFF FOR ACRP RESEARCH REPORT 188 Christopher J. Hedges, Director, Cooperative Research Programs Lori L. Sundstrom, Deputy Director, Cooperative Research Programs Michael R. Salamone, Manager, Airport Cooperative Research Program Theresia H. Schatz, Senior Program Officer Megan Chamberlain, Senior Program Assistant Eileen P. Delaney, Director of Publications Natalie Barnes, Associate Director of Publications Ann E. Petty, Senior Editor ACRP PROJECT 02-74 PANEL Field of Environment Patti Clark, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University–Worldwide, Hahira, GA (Chair) Peter Adams, NYC Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency, New York, NY Chris M. S. Baglin, PPC, D DSA Company, McLean, VA Scott Morrissey, Denver International Airport, CO Akiya N. Simms, Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, GA R. Burr Stewart, Burrst, Seattle, WA Thomas Cuddy, FAA Liaison Andrea L. Schwartz Freeburg, FAA Liaison Molly Laster, U.S. Government Accountability Office Liaison, Washington, DC Christopher J. Oswald, Airports Council International–North America Liaison Justin M. Towles, American Association of Airport Executives Liaison

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TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Research Report 188: Using Existing Airport Management Systems to Manage Climate Risk integrates current and projected climate change related risks into airport management systems and planning. The handbook identifies ways to reduce airport vulnerabilities to current and projected impacts of climate change, including extreme weather events. It also explores ways to minimize long-term costs to airport facilities and operations. This handbook provides a detailed guide for integration, as well as a self-assessment tool for determining the applicable systems for climate-related decision-making within the airport.

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