Resilient Virginia News: Fall 2022

fall 2022 newsletter

Fall Resiliency Academy; Don’t Let Virginia Fall Behind; Virginia Tech CLiGS Students Help With Shaping Our Collaborative Alliance; Environmental Justice in Lynchburg; Virginia Tech Receives Record $80 Million Grant to Help Farmers Implement Climate-Smart Practices; Electric School Bus Success in Rural Virginia: Louisa County Public Schools; More Than $4 Million in Federal Funds to Southwest Virginia; Virginia Opens 30-Day Comment Period on Two Key Coastal Resilience Documents State and Local News; National and International News; Resources and Funding.

Neighborhoods Chosen for Lynchburg Rising

Diamond Hill, Fairview Heights, Tinbridge Hill, and White Rock Hill were chosen as the initial focus of Lynchburg Rising: Beyond Survival to Environmental Justice.

Resilient Virginia News: Summer 2022

Summer 2022 Newsletter

Annual Meeting Recap; Environmental Justice in Lynchburg; Preparing to Work in the Adaptation Field; Fall 2022 Resiliency Academy – We Need Your Input; Albemarle County Publishes Climate Vulnerability and Risk Assessment; RGGI Delivers Benefits to Address Flooding and Reduce Costs for Low-income Families; Was it Really ‘all hands on deck’ for Rural Virginia?; Randolph Solar Granted Land Use Permit; more.

EPA EJSCREEN

US EPA

The EPA’s environmental justice screening and mapping tool (EJSCREEN) provides a nationally consistent dataset and approach for combining environmental and demographic indicators.