This report on climate impacts of Saint Paul, Minnesota, describes the results of a climate impact assessment, and offers best practices and measures that residents can take to protect themselves.
Authors or Affiliated Users: Samantha Burlager, Akilah Sanders-Reed
Resource Category: Assessments
March 14, 2019
The Texas General Land Office (GLO) updated Coastal Resiliency Master Plan provides a framework for the protection and adaptation of coastal infrastructure and natural resources across the most vulnerable regions of the Texas Gulf coast. The Resiliency Plan adopts the most current storm surge and sea level rise models to determine the implication of projected climate impacts, coastal hazards, and prioritization of these projects. The priority issues of concern identified for resilience planning on the Texas coast focus on degraded or lost habitat, beach and dune erosion, storm surge, coastal flooding, impacts on water quality and quantity, loss of marine and coastal resources, and shoreline debris.
Related Organizations: Texas General Land Office
Resource Category: Planning
September 20, 2019
California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Executive Order N-19-19 on September 20, 2019 to require the redoubling of the state’s “efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change while building a sustainable, inclusive economy.” The Executive Order (EO) includes four main directives:
Related Organizations: California Office of the Governor, State of California
Resource Category: Law and Governance
Point Blue Conservation Science (formerly Point Reyes Bird Observatory or PRBO) is a non-profit organization founded in 1965 as Point Reyes Bird Observatory. Point Blue is dedicated to conserving birds, other wildlife and ecosystems through innovative scientific research and outreach. They research bird ecology, creates management tools, lead field science training programs, and develop and deliver bird science education programs to advance biodiversity conservation.
July 10, 2018
The Green Infrastructure and Health Guide was designed to help local governments, communities, and health care organizations connect green infrastructure (GI) and public health in new ways to promote better health equity and adapt to climate change. This report provides general GI principles and best practices as well as tools, resources, and evidence for connections between green infrastructure and human health. The Willamette Partnership and the Oregon Public Health Institute developed this guide in collaboration with the Green Infrastructure Leadership Exchange practitioner network.
Related Organizations: Willamette Partnership, Oregon Public Health Institute
Authors or Affiliated Users: Bobby Cochran, Barton Robison, Emily Henke
Resource Category: Solutions