This is an web-based tool to showcase how communities deal with coastal threats such as flooding, shoreline erosion, and lake-level fluctuations. The site contains sections on local stories from the Great Lakes communities, applicable case studies from elsewhere, access to maps, data and tools for the Great Lakes area, people and organizations to connect to, events and funding opportunities, information on the climate and environment of the Great Lakes area, and a library of relevant publication
This is a final report and overview of the results of the Resilient Washington State Initiative, which specifically examined resilience to earthquakes and other seimic activities. This report provides a framework for defining and evaluating community resilience to seismic activity, defining earthquake hazards, and evaluating infrastructure across many sectors.
This is a web-based tool that offers information on climate research in California. The site is divided into six sections that deliver a video tour of the site and how to use it, interactive climate tools such as models and maps, information about the program, access to the raw data utilized in the tool, research, publication and links to the resources utilized for the tool, and a community hub complete with a blog.
This is a 50+ page document that outlines steps for how communities can plan for resiliency in the face of climate change. It contains the following sections: an overview of climate change in New York, resilience assessment preparation, vulnerability and risk assessment, public engagement and outreach, integration of municipal plans, disaster preparedness and recovery, and hazards mitigations, as well as a section on different resources that could be used, such as maps, models, etc.
An online tool that allows community members to assess their own preparedness, plan for the future, and take actions to improve disaster resilience. Assesments from this tool may show users how to earn points through FEMA's Community Rating System and Sustainable New Jersey. Users are required to create an account in order to use the tool.