Tool Kit

U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit


The five-part Toolkit is located at and includes:
  1. Identifying the problem: Focus on climate stressors that threaten people, buildings, natural resources, or the economy in your area.
  2. Determining vulnerabilities: Identify specific populations, locations, and infrastructure that may be impacted by the climate problem you identified.
  3. Investigating options: Compile a list of potential solutions, drawing on the experiences of others who have addressed similar problems.
  4. Evaluating the risks and costs: Consider risks and values to analyze the costs and benefits of favored options. Select the best solution for your situation and make a plan.
  5. Taking action: Implement your plan and monitor your progress.

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