This is a database of solutions from the frontlines within the Southeastern region of the USA, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. The database’s categories include: disaster recovery, civic engagement, renewable energy advocacy and policy, city/community planning, and “other” (nature-based solutions, rural infrastructure, etc.).
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The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) produced this overview describing how the impacts of climate change in the transportation sector can disproportionately affect environmental justice (EJ) communities. The report recommends considerations for transportation providers to ensure that climate adaptation measures do not…
The mentally ill are particularly vulnerable during extreme heat periods, with greater morbidity and mortality. These tool kits provide: Educational material for mental health providers about heat impacts, focusing particularly on our psychiatric population; Guidelines/tips for patients or family/caregivers during extreme heat.
This webinar discusses new guidelines and resources to protect against discrimination and promote the inclusion of all vulnerable communities in federally assisted emergency management and related activities.
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