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Resilience

Indicators to Assess Community-level Social Vulnerability to Climate Change: An addendum to SocMon and SEM-Pasifika regional socioeconomic monitoring guidelines

Climate change, Climate change impacts, Economic Resilience, Resilience, Smart Growth, socio-economic, SSG, Vulnerability

August 23, 2021

Wongbusarakum, S., & Christy, L. (2011). Indicators to assess community-level social vulnerability to climate change: An addendum to SocMon and SEM-Pasifika regional socioeconomic monitoring guidelines (pp. 41). Silver Spring, MD: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office for Coastal Management, Coral Reef Conservation Program.

Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands – CNMI: Low impact development best management practices, past, present, & future

climate adaptation, Resilience, Smart Growth, SSG Planning Tools, Sustainable Communities

August 17, 2021

Williams D., Williams, S.J. and Toth-Dennis, D. (2018). Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands – CNMI – Low impact development best management practices, past, present, & future. Hawaii: Hawaii ADU

Regional Resilience Toolkit: 5 steps to build large scale resilience to natural disasters

climate adaptation, hazard mitigation, Resilience, Smart Growth, SSG Planning Tools, Sustainable Communities

August 17, 2021

US Environmental Protection Agency. (2019). Regional resilience toolkit: 5 steps to build large scale resilience to natural disasters. (pp. 228). Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency

Synthesis of adaptation options for coastal areas

climate adaptation, coastal, EPA, Resilience, Sea Level Rise, Smart Growth

August 16, 2021

US Environmental Protection Agency. (2009). Synthesis of adaptation options for coastal areas (No. EPA 430-F-08-024) (pp. 32). Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Climate Ready Estuaries Program

Achieving Hazard-Resilient Coastal & Waterfront Smart Growth: Coastal and waterfront smart growth and hazard mitigation roundtable report

Climate change, coastal, hazard mitigation, NOAA, Resilience, Sea Level Rise, SLR, Smart Growth

August 16, 2021

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, & US Environmental Protection Agency. (2013). Achieving hazard-resilient coastal & waterfront smart growth: Coastal and waterfront smart growth and hazard mitigation roundtable report (pp. 26). Washington, DC: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management.

HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT: CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION PLAN

climate adaptation, housing, infrastructure, Resilience, SSG Planning Tools, Sustainable Communities

August 16, 2021

US Department of Housing and Urban Development. (2014). Housing and Urban Development climate change adaptation plan (pp. 71). Washington, DC: US Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Climate change and the US Energy Sector: Regional vulnerabilities and resilience solutions

climate adaptation, infrastructure, Resilience, SSG Planning Tools, Sustainable Communities, utilities

August 16, 2021

US Department of Energy. (2015). Climate change and the US Energy Sector: Regional vulnerabilities and resilience solutions (pp. 193). Washington, DC: US Department of Energy. Office of Energy Policy and Systems Analysis

US Energy Sector vulnerabilities to climate change and extreme weather

climate adaptation, Infrastructre, Resilience, SSG Planning Tools, Sustainable Communities, utilities

August 16, 2021

US Department of Energy. (2013). US Energy Sector vulnerabilities to climate change and extreme weather (No. DOE/PI-0013) (pp. 83). Washington, DC: US Department of Energy

Incorporating Sea Level Rise in Civil Works Programs

built environment, climate adaptation, Infrastrucutre, Resilience, Sea Level Rise, SLR, SSG Planning Tools, Sustainable Communities

August 16, 2021

US Army Corps of Engineers. (2013). Incorporating sea level rise in civil works programs (No. ER 1100-2-8162) (pp. 18). Washington, DC: US Army Corps of Engineers

Garapan area shoreline assessment study

climate adaptation, infrastructure, Resilience, Sea Level Rise, SSG Planning and Tools, Sustainable Communities

August 16, 2021

US Army Corps of Engineers. (2017). Garapan area shoreline assessment study, final (pp. 66). Honolulu, HI: US Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District.