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Santa Barbara County Regional Climate Collaborative

The Santa Barbara County Regional Climate Collaborative, founded in spring 2020, is a network of public agencies, non-profit and for-profit groups, and community-based organizations that aim to combat climate change in the local Santa Barbara area. The Collaborate aims to achieve this goal by identifying priority areas that the region needs to focus on, planning strategies to combat climate change, gathering information/research needs, and advocating for regional initiatives and support at the state and federal levels.

 

 

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Delaware Resilient and Sustainable Communities League (RASCL)

Delaware Resilient and Sustainable Communities League (RASCL) is a network of state, nonprofit, and academic partners that coordinate a variety of programs and initiatives related to environmental resilience. RASCL’s mission is “[t]o accelerate the capacity of all communities in the State of Delaware to undertake the necessary steps to become sustainable and resilient.”

 

 

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East Central Florida Regional Resilience Collaborative

The East Central Florida Regional Resilience Collaborative, formalized on May 15, 2019, is an intergovernmental network built around three key aspects of resilience: health and equity, built infrastructure and natural environment, and economic resilience. The Collaborative aims to reduce the region’s carbon footprint, lower the risks and vulnerabilities utilizing emergency management, and increase efforts towards sustainability on a regional scale.

 

 

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Alliance of Regional Collaboratives for Climate Adaptation (ARCCA)

California’s Alliance of Regional Collaboratives for Climate Adaptation (ARCCA) was formed in early 2012 to coordinate regional and local efforts in preparing California for the impacts of climate change. ARCCA currently brings together five regional collaboratives from across the state including San Diego, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento, and the Sierras.  The collaboratives are supporting local climate partners in projects to enhance resiliency and adaptation at the community level.

 

 

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Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact

The Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact represents a joint commitment of Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and Monroe Counties to partner in climate mitigation and adaptation activities across county lines in the region. The Compact is a focused collaborative, providing the vision and framework for regional resilience. 

 

 

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Bay Area Climate Adaptation Network (BayCAN)

The Bay Area Climate Adaptation Network (BayCAN), formed in July of 2018, is a collaboration among local governments and partnering organizations that are working together to help the San Francisco Bay Area region effectively and efficiently respond to the impacts of climate change. BayCAN focuses on issues related to water supply, sea-level rise, wastewater and stormwater management, wildfires, ecosystems, and public health, building on existing efforts and initiatives of member agencies and organizations.

 

 

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Central Coast Climate Collaborative

The Central Coast Climate Collaborative works to support local and regional community leaders along California’s coast in climate adaptation and mitigation initiatives. It is made up of members from six Central Coast counties including representatives of municipal governments, environmental groups, an interfaith organization, state universities, the state’s Office of Planning and Research and the State Coastal Conservancy.

 

 

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American Flood Coalition

The American Flood Coalition is a nonpartisan group of political, military, business, and local leaders that have come together to drive adaptation to the reality of higher seas, stronger storms, and more frequent flooding. The coalition seeks to advance national solutions that support flood-affected communities and protect our nation’s residents, economy, and military installations.

 

 

 

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