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Implementing the Steps to Resilience: a Practitioners Guide

By NOAA Climate Program Office

Posted on: June, 13 2024

Implementing the Steps to Resilience: A Practitioner’s Guide is a user-friendly report containing a set of procedures to accompany each phase of the U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit’s Steps to Resilience (StR). This document aims to support adaptation practitioners develop and implement equity-centered climate resilience plans in their communities.

How To Use the Practitioner’s Guide

Implementing the Steps to Resilience: A Practitioner’s Guide is organized into a Five Steps to Resilience Training.

This guide is intended for use by practitioners in two ways:

  1. During synchronous and asynchronous training on how to implement the StR (trainee)
  2. As guidance for practitioners working with a community to implement the StR (trainer)

Is this Guide for Me?

Climate Adaptation Practitioners are individuals working with a Community and Community Champion on implementing the StR. This individual is a climate adaptation and resilience-building professional who is skilled at building local capacity for climate resilience analysis, facilitation, and guidance. The Climate Adaptation Practitioner could have a range of experiences and is trained to work with a community to evaluate climate risks and develop resilience strategies. They must draw upon the diverse talents and skills across multiple sectors in order to support the communities where they work.

Gardiner, Ned, ed., Matt Hutchins, Jim Fox, Aashka Patel, and
Kim Rhodes. Implementing the Steps to Resilience: a Practitioner’s Guide.
Climate-Smart Communities Series, Vol. 6. NOAA Climate Program Office, 2022.
10.25923/9hhx-2m82

 

Coastal Lifestyle for Clean Water Slide Handout - 05.16.2024

By Kaitlyn Dirr and Maeve Snyder

Posted on: May, 13 2024

Three slides per page handout for the Coastal Lifestyle for Clean Water presentation.

Coastal Lifestyle Slide Handout – 05.16.2024

 

Land Water Connection HGIC Fact Sheets

By Amy Scaroni

Posted on: May, 13 2024

A set of 14 one-page handouts for the Land Water Connection realtor elective course from the Clemson Extension Home & Garden Information Center. Topics include native plants, porous pavement, aquatic and shoreline plants, rainwater harvesting best practices , Carolina Yards, freshwater shoreline maintenance, rain chains, rain garden plants, freshwater shoreline landscaping, stormwater ponds, trees for stormwater management, and home landscaping for water management.

Land Water Connection HGIC Fact Sheets

Land Water Connection Presentation - May 2024

By Amy Scaroni

Posted on: May, 9 2024

As part of the 2-hour elective course, The Land Water Connection, this slideshow presentation reviews what actions homeowners can take to protect water quality and enhance water flow on their property. Attendees learn about landscaping for water quality, such as rain gardens and rainwater harvesting and case studies of desirable neighborhoods that incorporated these techniques and increased property values. They will also have better understanding of the land water connection, equipped with resources to share with clients.

 

 

Living with Water CTAR Presentation - May 2024

By April Turner and Amanda Guthrie

Posted on: May, 7 2024

2024 CTAR Living with Water-Spring presentation of Living with Water CE course for the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors. This course offering was tailored to the Central Coast/Greater Charleston Area of South Carolina.

Living with Water - CTAR Slides Handout - May 2024

By April Turner and Amanda Guthrie

Posted on: May, 7 2024

2024 CTAR Living with Water Handout with presentation slides (3 per page) for the Living with Water CE course for the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors. This course offering was tailored to the Central Coast/Greater Charleston Area of South Carolina.

 

Tidelands, Water, and Beach Helpful Links - 2024

By Blair Williams and Matt Slagel

Posted on: April, 29 2024

Handout with links and resources for the Tidelands, Water, and Beach: Regulations and Rebuilding CE course for real estate professionals.

Tidelands Helpful Links 04.2024

2024 Tidelands, Water, and Beach Handout

By Blair Williams and Matt Slagel

Posted on: April, 29 2024

Handout with presentation slides (3 per page) for the Tidelands, Water, and Beach: Regulations and Rebuilding CE course for real estate professionals. This course offering was tailored to the South Coast of South Carolina.

CCH-Tidelands-Handout-05.01.2024

Tidelands, Water, and Beach Presentation - 2024

By Blair Williams and Matt Slagel

Posted on: April, 29 2024

A two-hour continuing education elective course taught by a SCDHEC- Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management employee to provide Realtors® with information about regulatory agencies responsible for coastal resources and a basic knowledge of the responsibilities of real estate professionals dealing with coastal properties.

CCH-Tidelands-05.01.2024

Living with Water Terms Handout

By SC Sea Grant Consortium

Posted on: March, 23 2024

Handout of term definitions for the Living with Water course.

LWW Terms Handout 2024