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Delaware’s Climate Action Plan

November 4, 2021

In November 2021, Delaware released its statewide Climate Action Plan. Delaware has been affected by climate change in the form of increased temperatures, change in precipitation patterns, extreme weather, flooding, and sea-level rise. Delaware created the plan to strategically address future climate change impacts in the state. The plan was prepared by the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. 

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New Jersey Climate Change Resilience Strategy and Coastal Resilience Strategy

October 12, 2021

In October 2021, New Jersey released its statewide Climate Change Resilience Strategy (Strategy), which also includes a Coastal Resilience Strategy. It is the state’s first example of both a statewide climate adaptation plan and a comprehensive coastal resilience plan. Both were required by Executive Order No. 89 in 2019. New Jersey has been affected by climate change-driven impacts, such as flooding events, storms, rising sea levels, and increasing temperatures. The state developed the Strategy to address these impacts.

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Local Government Climate Change Adaptation Toolkit

2008

The Cities for Climate Protection (CCP) Adaptation Initiative in Australia has focused on planning for the impacts of climate change by developing local councils’ capacities to apply a risk management process. The objective of the CCP Adaptation Initiative in its first year was to examine internal processes that these councils rely upon to make decisions related to complex data used in climate change projections and scenarios. The result of the first year’s work by the initiative is this toolkit.

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Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

A division of the U. S. Department of Transportation specializing in highway transportation, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is committed to improving transportation mobility and safety while protecting the environment, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and preparing for climate change effects on transportation systems. They initiate and disseminate climate change related research, while providing technical assistance to stakeholders. The FHWA is also involved in climate change initiatives with the U.

 

 

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