Robert Wilby

, Loughborough University (UK)
Profile / Bio: 

Dr. Robert Wilby is a hydro-climatologist and Professor of Hydroclimatic Modelling in the Department of Geography and Environment at Loughborough University (UK). His research focuses on the management of climate risks to freshwater systems and urban environments. He co-developed the Statistical DownScaling Model (SDSM) – a public domain climate scenario tool that has been used in numerous risk assessments, including for water resources, fluvial flooding and tidal surge,  air quality, and urban heat stress. His latest book Climate Change in Practice seeks to provoke readers into thinking more deeply about the practical, socio-economic, and moral aspects of improving resilience to climate hazards


Title Date Learning Materials Topic
Multiscalar Drivers and Responses to Heat Exposure in Asian Cities 16 November 2021 Slides Climate Change, Disaster Risk Management, Social Development and Protection, Urban Development
Climate Adjustments to Road Design 09 December 2020 Slides Climate Change, Disaster Risk Management, Urban Development