James Schwab is affiliated with the following resources in the Adaptation Clearinghouse.
From the American Planning Association (APA), this report discusses strategies for using local subdivision ordinances and the site plan review process to enhance flood resilience. Recommendations are given for creating standards that protect natural floodplain function. The report discusses how climate change is increasing flood risks in communities.
Author or Affiliated User: James Schwab
Resource Category: Solutions
“Planning and Drought” (PAS Report No. 574) presents best practices and case studies in drought planning. The report offers a comprehensive guide for citizens, planners, and communities to explore what drought is, how to track it, its impacts, and how planners and communities can prepare to mitigate its effects. This publication is the result of a partnership between the American Planning Association (APA), the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS).
Related Organizations: National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS), University of Nebraska, American Planning Association (APA)
Authors or Affiliated Users: James Schwab, Jeff Brislawn, Marilyn Hall, Cody Knutson, Marsha Prillwitz, Kelly Redmond, Mark Svoboda
Resource Category: Planning