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Resilient Boston Harbor

October 17, 2018

The plan to develop a climate resilient Boston Harbor in the City of Boston, Massachusetts offers strategies for Boston's 47-mile shoreline that will increase access and open space along the waterfront while better protecting the city during a major flooding event. The plan focuses on green infrastructure and natural solutions to lowering the severity of sea level rise and flooding from climate change. “Resilient Boston Harbor” invests in Boston's waterfront with a proposed restructuring of Fort Point Channel, and development of coastal protection from East Boston to the Dorchester shoreline.

Related Organizations: City of Boston, Massachusetts

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Cleveland Climate Action Plan - 2018 Update

September 21, 2018

Cleveland, Ohio has updated its Climate Action Plan with priorities that address social and racial equity, “good jobs, green jobs,” climate change resilience, and business leadership. The actions outlined are designed to achieve sustainability in Cleveland by integrating solutions that are environmentally sound, economically feasible, and socially equitable. While escalating Cleveland’s original 2013 CAP to continue building “Thriving and Healthy Neighborhoods" - the update maintains the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent by 2050, with interim goals of 16 percent by 2020 and 40 percent by 2030.

Related Organizations: City of Cleveland, Office of Sustainability

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Iowa City Climate Action and Adaptation Plan

September 18, 2018

Iowa City’s Climate Action Plan identifies strategies for city-wide greenhouse gas reductions, and climate change adaptation. The plan summarizes what Iowa City government has done in recent years to build climate resilience and to convert to renewable energy, and outlines 35 actions to be taken by the community and City to achieve the goal of reducing GHG emissions by 80% by 2050. The report provides general information about past and projected climate change effects on the region, and presents strategies to adapt to these impacts while incorporating social equity.

Related Organizations: Iowa City, Iowa

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Massachusetts Statewide Hazard Mitigation and Climate Adaptation Plan

September 17, 2018

Massachusetts has integrated climate change impact assessments and planning into its Statewide Hazard Mitigation Plan. The natural hazards assessment conducted for this plan determines how hazard risks and vulnerabilities are made more severe or uncertain by climate change. The plan outlines climate change impacts and adaptation strategies for five key sectors including - Populations, Government, Built Environment, Natural Resources and Environment, and Economy.

Related Organizations: State of Massachusetts

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Special Post Disaster Information: Build Back Safer & Smarter

September 2018

Prepared by the Natural Hazard Mitigation Association (NHMA), this briefing provides quick but essential tips for communities and residents rebuilding after a disaster. While communities affected by a disaster can be in a rush to immediately build back to their pre-disaster state, NHMA implores decision makers to rebuild "safer and smarter" with climate resilient planning. This guide offers nine steps to take when rebuilding to increase resilience and reduce risks from future disasters. This resource was featured in the September 20, 2018 ASAP Newsletter with the following description:  "In the aftermath of Florence and any disaster, what communities want more than anything is to be able to return to their lives and a sense of normalcy.

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin Framework for Green Infrastructure Plan, Ordinance

September 12, 2018

The City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin has approved the Framework for a Green Infrastructure Plan with goals of supporting climate change adaptation and resilience. According to the Framework and Ordinance which updates Milwaukee's stormwater management regulations, large developments will be required to capture the first 1/2 inch of rainfall using green infrastructure. The plan also increases funding for green infrastructure projects in Milwaukee’s streets, schoolyards, and parking lots. The City expects to publish the final Green Infrastructure Plan based on this Framework by February 2019.

Related Organizations: City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewage District (MMSD)

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Paying it Forward: The Path Toward Climate-Safe Infrastructure in California

September 2018

From California’s Climate-Safe Infrastructure Working Group (CSIWG), this report provides a framework for planning for and developing climate resilient infrastructure. The report details the accelerating climate impacts on California’s infrastructure systems and offers short- and long-term recommendations for buildings, water, transportation, and energy infrastructure. Comprehensive guidance is given on the infrastructure design and implementation process that supports climate change mitigation and adaptation, nature-based solutions, and social equity measures.

Related Organizations: California Climate-Safe Infrastructure Working Group

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Climate Change Adaptation Workshops: A Planning Guide for Local Government Staff

July 2018

Designed to support local public agencies, this planning guide provides the steps to build a half-day workshop to begin identifying and implementing climate change adaptation strategies. The goal of the workshop is to help teams determine some feasible, near-term actions to prepare for climate impacts that directly affect the local community. Initiated from adaptation planning workshops in Alameda County, California, the guide includes lessons learned and suggestions about how to adjust the approach for any agency.

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Portland, Oregon 2018-2020 Strategic Plan - A Better Future, A Better Now

July 9, 2018

The City of Portland, Oregon Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS)’s mission is to “take action to shape the future of Portland and advance climate protection for a more prosperous, healthy, equitable and resilient city now and for future generations.” The Bureau’s 2018-2020 Strategic Plan includes strategies to create a low-carbon resilient built environment, including affordable housing, and to improve watershed health and climate resiliency. 

Related Organizations: City of Portland, Oregon

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Portland, Oregon Central City 2035 Plan

July 9, 2018

As part of Portland Oregon’s Comprehensive Plan, the Central City 2035 Plan is the primary guiding policy document for Portland’s urban center. The plan offers goals, policies and tools to guide growth and development for largest “center” in Portland that, by 2035, will be home to 30% of Portland’s population growth, on 3% of its land area. One of the primary goals of the plan is to increase the resilience of the Central City to climate change, and policies are proposed for natural hazard, climate change and flooding resilience.

Related Organizations: City of Portland, Oregon

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