Tool Kit

Welcome to the online Facilitated Community of Practice for road testing the Climate Resilience Toolkit

The Team

Those involved in this Climate Data Initiative project include Antioch University’s Center for Climate Preparedness and Community Resilience, NOAA and White House Office of Science & Technology Policy personnel, and a select group of end-user decision makers and planners in coastal communities from Virginia to Maine (see map).

 Climate Resilience Toolkit

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The five-part Toolkit is located at http://toolkit.climate.gov/ and includes:
  1. Identifying the problem: Focus on climate stressors that threaten people, buildings, natural resources, or the economy in your area.
  2. Determining vulnerabilities: Identify specific populations, locations, and infrastructure that may be impacted by the climate problem you identified.
  3. Investigating options: Compile a list of potential solutions, drawing on the experiences of others who have addressed similar problems.
  4. Evaluating the risks and costs: Consider risks and values to analyze the costs and benefits of favored options. Select the best solution for your situation and make a plan.
  5. Taking action: Implement your plan and monitor your progress.

For information, contact:
Marilyn Castriotta, Project Manager

 

How to Participate
webinar            forum

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To participate in the Climate Resilience Toolkit discussion forum we ask that you register to the forum site rather than enter as a guest. CLICK HERE to see how to register.

How to participate in this Road Test:

Week 1: February 9-13

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Week 2: February 16-20

Week 3: February 23-27

Week 4: March 2-6

Week 5: March 9-13

Week 6: March 16-20

Upcoming Events

Mar23

Communicating About Clean Energy and Climate Change Solutions

Participants in this webinar will learn the basics of developing an effective climate engagement strategy for their target audiences. This webinar will cover a summary of public opinion on clean energy and climate issues, tips on developing values based framing, examples of community engagement approaches, and common communication challenges and how to overcome these challenges based on translated and applied social science research.
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