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City of Flagstaff, Arizona Resiliency and Preparedness Study

September 2012

The City of Flagstaff, Arizona completed a study that assesses 115 of the City’s critical operations that have been impacted by climate. Conducted by a team of City staff and regional partners (the "Core Team"), the study recommends an overarching policy aimed to increase protection and resilience within municipal operations to hazards - including fire, severe winter storms, drought, floods, and more.

Related Organizations: City of Flagstaff, Arizona

Resource Category: Assessments

 

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City of Grand Rapids, Michigan Sustainability Plan: FY 2011-2015

April 2013

The City of Grand Rapids Sustainability Plan presents management planning goals for the economic, social and environmental sectors of the city. The City planning goals for the environment include energy reduction, climate protection, improved environmental quality and natural systems, as well as smart sustainable land use, urban design, and transportation.  

Resource Category: Planning

 

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City of Keene, New Hampshire - Adapting to Climate Change: Planning a Climate Resilient Community

November 2007

This report provides an assessment of the community's vulnerability to climate change and presents goals and targets for adapting to climate change impacts. The recommendations outlined in the report include preparing for increased severe weather events, building more resilient ecosystems, improving water and food security, and improving public health infrastructure in reference to vector-borne diseases.

Related Organizations: City of Keene, New Hampshire, ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability

Resource Category: Planning

 

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City of Portland and Multnomah County, Oregon Climate Action Plan 2015

June 2015

The City of Portland and Multnomah County, Oregon 2015 Climate Action Plan (CAP) presents a plan to reduce local carbon emissions 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050 with specific objectives to achieve by 2030. The Plan also identifies over 100 strategies to both reduce local carbon emissions, and adapt to and prepare for climate change in the short-term. The CAP states that its success is dependent on ability to create jobs, advance social equity, improve public health, strengthen natural systems and enhance quality of life, as co-benefits of these mitigation and adaptation strategies.

Related Organizations: City of Portland, Oregon, Multnomah County, Oregon

Resource Category: Planning

 

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City of Sacramento, California Climate Action Plan

February 12, 2012

The Sacramento Climate Action Plan identifies how the City and the broader community can reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and specific actions which Sacramento can take to adapt to the effects of climate change.

Resource Category: Planning

 

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City of Santa Cruz Climate Adaptation Plan - Transportation Measures

December 2011

The City of Santa Cruz Climate Adaptation Plan identifies the infrastructure and resources most vulnerable to climate change impacts, including critical transportation infrastructure. The plan also presents climate adaptation action items ranked by priority based on risk to the community; the replacement of Santa Cruz’s Highway 1/Highway 9 Bridge was identified as a “very high priority” action item to address upstream flooding.

Related Organizations: City of Santa Cruz, California

Resource Category: Planning

 

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City of Santa Cruz Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment

January 11, 2011

The City of Santa Cruz, California produced this vulnerability assessment in 2011 as a first step in developing a climate adaptation plan. The report aims to identify the climate impacts to which Santa Cruz is vulnerable, analyze the risks which these impacts pose, and recommend potential adaptation strategies to reduce the City's risk and exposure. The assessment was to serve as the basis for potential goals, objectives, and actions that will help the City build adaptive capacity. The report and process is intended to be dynamic and continue to incorporate improved understandings of climate science, local vulnerability, and new adaptation strategies.

Related Organizations: City of Santa Cruz, California

Authors or Affiliated Users: Gary Griggs, Brent Haddad

Resource Category: Assessments

 

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City of Somerville, Massachusetts Climate Forward Plan

January 2019

Somerville, Massachusetts’ climate change plan includes policies, programs, and strategies for climate change adaptation, mitigation, and social equity. 13 primary strategies or Action Areas were developed to make Somerville climate neutral by 2050, and more climate resilient in the near-and long-term. 

Related Organizations: City of Somerville, Massachusetts

Resource Category: Planning

 

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City of Tucson, Arizona Framework for Advancing Sustainability

2008

In 2008, Tucson’s Mayor Walkup and Council formally established the "Framework for Advancing Sustainability," developing a comprehensive sustainability program for the City of Tucson.

Related Organizations: City of Tucson, Arizona

Resource Category: Planning

 

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City of Tybee Island, Georgia, Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Plan

April 17, 2016

Tybee Island is a barrier island located 18 miles away from Savannah, Georgia - accessible only by a single causeway. The Tybee Island Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Plan identifies how more frequent coastal flooding and sea-level rise could impact low-lying infrastructure on the island; and provides a synthesis of the public engagement processes, technical research, and sea-level rise adaptation strategies.  The City of Tybee Island partnered with Georgia Sea Grant, the University of Georgia, and Stetson University to develop this sea-level rise adaptation plan.

Related Organizations: City of Tybee Island, Georgia

Authors or Affiliated Users: Jason M. Evans, Jill Gambill, Robin J. McDowell, P. Warwick Prichard, Charles S. Hopkinson

Resource Category: Planning

 

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