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Implementing a climate resilience program: A practical approach

Implementing a Climate Resilience Program: U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit and Using Downscaled Climate Data

Part I. Navigating the U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit: How the Toolkit can
support local planning and decisions for enhanced community resilience

Workshop Facilitator: David Herring, NOAA

Participants in this workshop learned how the U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit (toolkit.climate.gov) can be used to support local planning and decisions for enhanced community resilience. The webinar walked participants through the Toolkit’s 5-Step Planning Process and examples of its use.

The 5-Step Planning Process includes:

Part II Sources and use of downscaled climate data to support infrastructure adaptation.

Workshop facilitator: Latham Stack, Syntectic International

Participants in this second section of the workshop learned tactics for arriving at reliable specifications to inform infrastructure adaptation.

 

 

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