Claire Bonham-Carter is a Principal with AECOM with over 18 years of experience working on climate change planning and sustainable design and construction / sustainability strategy projects for a range of public and private sector clients. Her experience spans policy planning for municipalities, as well as sustainability frameworks and feasibility studies for new and existing mixed-use communities to minimize impact from an environmental, social, and economic perspective. She has worked on climate mitigation plans for a number of U.S. cities including Seattle, Baltimore, and New York, as well as many smaller California cities and counties. Claire has also led sustainability design guidelines for masterplans ranging in scale from downtown areas in San Francisco, New Orleans, and São Paulo, to large new communities in Mexico and China. Bonham-Carter also specializes in climate vulnerability and risk assessments and adaptation plans with projects completed or underway for the San Francisco Bay Area’s Metropolitan Transportation Commission, the Los Angeles Metro, the Port of Long Beach, and the Capital Regional District in British Columbia. Bonham-Carter manages AECOM’s global relationship with the 100 Resilient Cities Program, managing the team that is working with 15 cities in the program (which includes San Francisco, Berkeley and Oakland). Bonham-Carter also manages AECOM’s partnership with the Carbon Disclosure Project’s Global Cities Program.