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Resiliency has many meanings:

  • being prepared for a storm that might damage your house,
  • bringing new businesses to your community,
  • making sure your family has access to healthy food,
  • preparing for flooding from hurricanes and high tides,
  • keeping the lights and heat on in your home or business,
  • having safe drinking water free from harmful substances,
  • protecting your trees and other natural resources,
  • buying fresh produce from local farmers,
  • supporting cleaner energy sources for your home and car.

Resilient Virginia supports community resiliency by giving you the tools to be prepared for the future. Support our organization with an end-of-year donation and help us continue to Inform, Educate, and Activate!




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Due to COVID-19, please check listings for cancellations.
  • Webinars for new EPA recycling infrastructure, education and outreach funding opportunities
    Date: December 5, 2022
    Location:

    Political Subdivision Solid Waste Infrastructure for Recycling Grant (for counties, cities, etc.): Overview of request for application, eligible entities, evaluation criteria, application process, and answer questions

    Learn more and register More details...

  • VERGE Net Zero
    Date: December 6, 2022
    Location:

    VERGE Net Zero is a complimentary online event that will provide you with deep dives and how-to guides on the strategies, technologies and partnerships key to accelerating your organization’s net-zero transition.

  • Equity-People Centered Development: Equity development in Climate Action Plans
    Date: December 6, 2022
    Location:

    ICLEI USA is hosting a webinar series titled ICLEI USA Insights & Exchange. The six-series webinar, taking place monthly beginning in October 2022, will focus on each pathway, as well as a 'cross-cutting' session.

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  • Webinars for new EPA recycling infrastructure, education and outreach funding opportunities
    Date: December 6, 2022
    Location:

    Recycling Education and Outreach Grant: Overview of request for application, eligible entities, evaluation criteria, application process, and answer questions

    Learn more and register More details...

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