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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Resilience Strategy

The City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania released its Resilience Strategy in March 2017 to provide a holistic strategy for helping the city to manage challenges from a changing environment, globalization, and urbanization. The Strategy sets goals, objectives, and action organized around a “P4” community-centered framework addressing resilience in terms of People, Place, Planet, and Performance. The Strategy is intended to be a blueprint to help the city prepare for resilience challenges by helping the city improve coordination among government and non-governmental organizations, improve budgeting and capital coordination citywide, ensure the institutionalization of resilience practices, and increase resident engagement and empowerment. This plan was supported by the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities initiative.

Resource Details

Organization: City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Date: 11/9/2022
Resource Type: Climate Action Plan
Topic: Climate Adaptation & Resilience
Source URL: http://onepgh.org/

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