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Planning and Investing for a Resilient California - A Guidebook for State Agencies

November 15, 2017

The California Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR) developed this guidance document to support state agency planning and investment in the context of climate change - as directed by Executive Order B-30-15. The guidance provides state agencies with a process for determining how to integrate climate considerations into state planning and investment decisions. The guidance offers an introduction to climate risks and how to start incorporating them; some common analytical practices; and principles to guide decision making around climate adaptation, community resilience, and social equity.

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Resilient Atlanta - Actions to Build an Equitable Future

November 2, 2017

The City of Atlanta, Georgia released its comprehensive urban resilience strategy, "Resilient Atlanta: Actions to Build a More Equitable Future”- which offers a set of visions, targets, and actions that address social equity and climate change adaptation. The strategy was developed to support the prevention of, and resilience to, extreme climate events such as major floods or heat waves, and long-term chronic stresses such as income inequality, lack of affordable housing, and the effects of climate change.

Related Organizations: City of Atlanta, Georgia

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Fourth Regional Plan for NY-NJ-CT metro region

November 2017

The Regional Plan Association prepared this strategic plan for the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut metropolitan area. The fourth plan for the region is a long-term strategy that focuses on four core values of equity, prosperity, health, and sustainability. The plan identifies financing for new resilient infrastructure, expands the transit network, builds more green infrastructure for climate adaptation, and invests in communities economic growth and sustainability. 

Related Organizations: Regional Plan Association

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Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Planning: Agency Roles and Workforce Development Needs

October 2017

Produced by researchers at the Transportation Research Center at University of Vermont, this report focuses on the capacity and needs of transportation agencies to engage in climate resilience and adaptation planning. In particular, the report points to workforce development needs that transportation agencies surveyed identified, and recommends ways to address these gaps so as to better advance adaptation and resilience planning at transportation agencies.

Related Organizations: National Center for Sustainable Transportation

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Detroit, Michigan Climate Action Plan

October 24. 2017

The Detroit Action Plan provides an accessible introduction to climate change, an overview of the expected trends and impacts in Detroit, and strategies for mitigating emissions and preparing for climate risks. In 2011, the nonprofit Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice convened the Detroit Climate Action Collaborative (DCAC) that brought 27 organizations together to collectively envision the strategy presented in this plan.

Related Organizations: Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice, Detroit Climate Action Collaborative

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Delaware Climate Mitigation and Adaptation Planning

October 9, 2017

The Climate Mitigation and Adaptation Planning (CMAP) report for Delaware was prepared by the state’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control as part of a pilot project to address the risk climate change poses to public use and critical function facilities. Three pilot facilities were assessed for both their ability to maintain operations during climate change fueled weather events and at higher temperatures - including the Delaware State Parks Indian River Life Saving Station, a Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) building, and a state police facility.

Related Organizations: Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC)

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Planning for Equity in Parks with Green Infrastructure

October 2017

From the Natural Recreation and Park Association, this report summarizes research on the social and health outcomes related to the implementation of green infrastructure and parks in traditionally underserved communities. Findings suggest that while green infrastructure and green space can buffer climate impacts, they also enhance social equity by building social capital, improving health outcomes, and increasing economic opportunities.   

Related Organizations: Natural Recreation and Park Association

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San Diego County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan 2017

October 2017

San Diego County, California updated its local hazard mitigation plan in 2017 to include climate change as an "emerging hazard. " Climate change is not treated as a focal hazard in and of itself in San Diego County’s plan, but as a contributing factor that could affect the location, extent, probability, and magnitude of other hazards. This risk assessment considers climate change as a threat multiplier for extreme heat, coastal storms/erosion, wildfire, flooding, and drought/water supply.

Related Organizations: San Diego County, California

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Advancing Climate Justice in California: Guiding Principles and Recommendations for Policy and Funding Decisions

August 2017

Several environmental justice, public health and climate equity organizations in California convened to create a Climate Justice Working Group (CJWG). The working group provided recommendations to the state related to environmental justice and climate equity, as it updated the Safeguarding California climate adaptation plan earlier this year.

Related Organizations: California Climate Justice Working Group

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PLAN Hermosa: City of Hermosa Beach, CA Integrated General Plan and Coastal Land Use Plan

August 22, 2017

PLAN Hermosa, for the City of Hermosa Beach, California, sets the overall policies and priorities to manage its structural, environmental, social, and economic resources. Climate change is a priority issue addressed in the plan, with a focus on the impacts of sea level rise and extreme heat.

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