With offices and staff across six U.S. regions, this organization supports states conducting adaptation planning to help address impacts exacerbated by climate change such as flooding, drought, water quality and water supply. Webinars highlighting best practices by states are available on their website, in addition to other publications, legislative analysis and work efforts by region and by river throughout the nation.
American Rivers is a conservation organization focused on creating thriving communities by ensuring the health of rivers nationwide, by aiming to protect and restore the nation's rivers and the clean water that sustains people, wildlife, and nature. Five key program areas for the organization are: Rivers and Global Warming, River Restoration, River Protection, Clean Water and Water Supply.
- Banking on Green: A Look at How Green Infrastructure Can Save Municipalities Money and Provide Economic Benefits Community-wide
- Natural Security: How Sustainable Water Strategies Prepare Communities for a Changing Climate
- Getting Climate Smart: A Water Preparedness Guide for State Action
- Permitting Green Infrastructure: A guide to improving municipal stormwater permits and protecting water quality
- Funding Green Infrastructure in Pennsylvania: Funding the Future of Stormwater Management
- Staying Green: Strategies to Improve Operations and Management of Green Infrastructure in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed