Greauxing Resilience at Home: A Regional Vision
Between fall 2020 and spring 2022, Capital Region Planning Commission (CRPC) and Georgetown Climate Center (GCC) engaged with dozens of directors of departments in local parishes, leaders of regional non-governmental organizations, academic researchers, community members and more in Region Seven. The result of that partnership is Greauxing Resilience at Home: A Regional Vision, a resource to inform Region Seven’s ongoing work to increase community resilience by promoting affordable housing and nature-based solutions.
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