Dr Theuns Henning is the Director of the Research Platform for Climate Adaptation and a Senior Infrastructure Management Lecturer at the University of Auckland (UoA). He is also the CEO of Infrastructure Decision Support (IDS Ltd).
Theuns has been undertaking several research projects in the area of climate change adaptation. These include investigating the interaction of water and road pavements in areas specifically related to studies into the risk of pavement failure, identifying drainage needs, and various surfacing technologies for mitigating water impacts.
He is the World Bank Guideline’s primary author in integrating asset management and climate adaptation.
Dr Theuns Henning leads the establishment of the Climate Adaptation Platform, which was formed in response to the challenge of climate adaptation around the world. It combines the latest university research with the practical experience of engineering and construction consultancies.
The goal is to address the problems of climate adaptation and resilience across transportation and infrastructure, structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, hydrology and coastal engineering, building management and disaster responses and resilience.
- Integrating Climate Change into Road Asset Management
- Implications of Sea Level Rise on Coastal Pavement Infrastructure for Funafuti Airport Runway
The Climate Adaptation Platform Team
Dr. Theuns Henning leads the establishment of the Climate Adaptation Platform, formed in response to the challenge of climate adaptation around the world.
Ross Waugh co-leads with Theuns in building the Platform, progressing the promotion of climate adaptation and infrastructure resiliency in the Asia-Pacific.
Roger Fairclough is the founder of Neo Leaf Global offering international advice on infrastructure policy and climate adaptation.
Claire-Louise has combined an interest in geospatial sciences and climate to understand and reveal data in visual platforms.
Dr. Sandeeka Mannakkara shares her Building Back Better knowledge, integrating it with climate change adaptation solutions.
Annisa manages CAP's Young and Emerging Minds Initiative to disseminate content from and to tertiary education and academic research.
Jewel Castillon looks for materials and coordinates with the team in creating the stream of blog posts and articles on climate adaptation and other related topics.