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This tab includes federal funding sources that have been used to support adaptation in the public health sector and examples of how state and local governments are funding and financing public health adaptation. This is not intended to be a list of available grants for adaptation. 

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Climate Ready States and Cities Initiative

December 2, 2010

Through the Climate Ready States and Cities Initiative, CDC supports health departments in the assessment of climate impacts on public health, and in the development of adaptation plans and programs. Funding from this Initiative has supported the following states and cities: 

Related Organizations: Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

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Rockefeller Foundation 100 Resilient Cities Centennial Challenge

July 2014

In 2014, marking the centennial anniversary of its founding, the Rockefeller Foundation announced the launch of a $100 million challenge to help one hundred cities build greater resilience. As of May 2016, the 100 Resilient Cities network has reached 100 members and is no longer accepting applications.

Related Organizations: The Rockefeller Foundation

Resource Category: Funding

 

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Massachusetts H 4835 - An Act Promoting Climate Change Adaptation, Environmental and Natural Resource Protection and Investment in Recreational Assets and Opportunity

August 21, 2018

Massachusetts Governor Baker has authorized over $2. 4 billion in capital allocations for investments in adaptation to climate change, protecting environmental resources and green space across the state.  H 4835 enables critical financing for the state and local level environmental and community resilience. The legislation expands and codifies commitments of Executive Order 569 to ensure climate change adaptation and resiliency continue to be prioritized, state agency climate change vulnerability assessments are ongoing, and the State Integrated Hazard Mitigation Plan and Climate Adaptation Plan are continuously updated and implemented.

Related Organizations: State of Massachusetts, Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA), Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game, Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, Division of Water Supply Protection, Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT)

Resource Category: Law and Governance

 

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