In a conversation with the Oregon CRest grantees today, I learned about how they are creating a resilience framework for local coastal governments. The resilience framework will be based on interview data as well as two publications, How Resilient is Your Coastal Community? from USAID, and Applying Resilience Thinking, from the Stockholm Center. Those two documents have been added to the Library page.
The resilience framework will offer local governments a suite of options to maximize their resilience to coastal hazards, and serve as a road map and institutional memory in opportune moments (such as a Comprehensive Plan update).
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