Equitable Resilience Planning Frameworks
In this session, we will discuss how to engage and center the needs of the most vulnerable community members when developing climate resilience plans. We will share examples of community-driven plans that advance community priorities, drawing from the experience of members of the National Association of Climate Resilience Planners and the Community-Driven Climate Resilience Planning Framework.
This session is part of the Building Water Equity and Climate Resilient Communities for ALL Learning Series. Over the course of 6 monthly sessions, we will highlight a variety of strategies that community-based organizations are using to help their communities anticipate, prepare for and respond to climate risks such as flooding, coastal storms and drought, with a focus on protecting community members who are most vulnerable to climate threats.