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Resilience Dialogues Mid-Year Review

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Resilience Dialogues Mid-Year Review

By Melissa Goodwin Communities across the United States – and globally – are negatively affected by climate change. As these impacts grow in the future, communities must make plans and decisions to reduce their vulnerability. If done well, this planning makes a community not only less vulnerable to climate impacts, but also more resilient. Across […]

Communities and Experts Collaborate for Climate Resilience

This article was initially posted in Eos on July 11, 2017.  The Resilience Dialogues program provides resources and expertise to help communities build individualized plans for resilience in the face of climate change. By Nancy D. Lamontagne   Climate change is global, but its effects are felt locally. Although many communities try to plan for […]

Resilience Dialogues Update: 2017 Beta

The 2016 Resilience Dialogues pilot supported five climate-savvy and well-resourced communities. We supported ten communities in our 2017 Beta, including several communities that have been historically underrepresented in climate adaptation efforts and several which were new to climate resilience. We are pleased to share the dialogue synthesis reports documenting highlights, resources and next steps for […]