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Suffolk County, New York Climate Action Plan

March 2015

The Climate Action Plan (CAP) for Suffolk County, New York (comprising the majority of Long Island) focuses primarily on climate change mitigation and energy efficiency measures within the county. A chapter is dedicated to the adaptation objectives, strategies, and projects aimed to address climate hazards in the region - such as coastal erosion, flood, drought, severe storm, and wildfire.

Related Organizations: Suffolk County, New York

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Community Rating System (CRS) Green Guide for Community Resilience

This guide is an online resource highlighting 25 “green” activities or elements from FEMA’s 2017 Community Rating System (CRS) Coordinator’s Manual. FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)’s CRS is a voluntary insurance rating program that recognizes communities for implementing floodplain management practices that exceed the Federal minimum requirements of NFIP. In exchange for flood risk reduction practices, policyholders can receive reduced flood insurance premiums. The guide was designed to give local planners and floodplain managers information to support more participation in CRS and to increase flood resilience by protecting and strengthening natural ecosystems.

Related Organizations: Association of State Floodplain Managers

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South Carolina Hazard Mitigation Plan - 2018 Update

October 2018

The 2018 Update to the South Carolina Hazard Mitigation Plan identifies the major natural hazards affecting the state, analyzes risk and vulnerability, and identifies actions to minimize impacts of those hazards. Mitigation actions identified in the plan are based on the Risk Assessment of multiple natural and manmade hazards, including climate impacts, and on the Capability Assessment reviewing the state’s capacity to address the hazards. 

Related Organizations: State of South Carolina

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