This plan was developed by representatives of Nashville Metropolitan Organization (Nashville and surrounding counties) in collaboration with Climate Solutions University (CSU), the Cumberland River Compact, and the Model Forest Policy Program.
This extensive guidance document was developed as a result of a vulnerability assessment and local comprehensive plan update process undertaken by the City of Bainbridge Island, which worked with the climate consulting firm EcoAdapt.
Resilient Virginia partnered with University of Virginia’s Environmental Resilience Institute to host a group of student interns during. These students identified resiliency language integrated in existing Comprehensive Plans, Hazard Mitigation Plans, and Master Plans from communities across Virginia and one in New Hampshire.
This document, published by Center for Climate and Energy Solutions does a great job explaining what climate resilience is and why it must be an essential part of our planning processes.
Making Cities Resilient 2030 (MCR2030) is a programmatic approach developed by the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) to help cities reduce risk and build resilience.
The landscape and scope of emergency management is changing quickly. Ten years ago, FEMA managed an average of 108 disasters a year. Today they manage an average of 311 disasters plus the ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In December 2021, FEMA released their 2022-2026 Strategic Plan that addresses these changes.