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New Orleans Climate-Smart Cities Decision-Support/Mapping Tool

In collaboration with the Trust for Public Land, the Office of Resilience and Sustainability in New Orleans, Louisiana has completed a publicly accessible Climate-Smart Cities climate risk mapping and planning tool. This decision support tool is designed to guide green infrastructure planning for climate adaptation in New Orleans – through heat mitigation, social equity, flood control, and more. The tool identifies priority areas for multi-benefit green infrastructure investments based on climate impacts, and the location of vulnerable populations in New Orleans.

Resource Details

Organization: Trust for Public Land, City of New Orleans, Louisiana
Date: 11/9/2022
Resource Type: Analysis Tool
Topic: Green Space, Sea Level Rise & Flooding

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