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Denver Establishes 6 Green Workforce Development and Training Programs
Denver awarded $2.6 million through its Climate Protection Fund to create and expand workforce training programs for clean energy jobs. The Office of ...
2.6 Million USD
Office of Climate Action, Sustainability and Resiliency
Hoboken's NW Resiliency Park to Solve Community Flooding, Parking and Limited Park Space Challenges
After Superstorm Sandy flooded Hoboken, the city decided to redevelop a 6.1 acre former industrial site into a dual use parking and storm water retent...
50 Million USD
Southwest Resiliency Park to Mitigate Stormwater Flooding
After experiencing significant flooding during Hurricane Sandy, the Southwest Resiliency Park is the first in a series of investments the city is maki...
5 Million USD
Manhattan, New York, NY
New York City Initiates $1.5 Billion Flood Resilience Project after Hurricane Sandy
After Lower Manhattan suffered significant damage during Hurricane Sandy, New York City developed plans to establish flood-protection zones, including...
816 Million USD
Boulder, Colorado's Home Preparedness Assessment Program
The Home Preparedness Assessment Pilot Program tested the effectiveness of educating homeowners about home and personal preparedness against flood and...
215 Thousand USD
Public Works, Watershed Sustainability, Resilience
Residents, not climate professionals, serve as experts to form Cincinnati's climate resilience plan
Cincinnati, OH collaborated with non-profit partners and involved community members to create a holistic strategic plan centered around ensuring the c...
Zero Upfront Cost
Berkeley, CA Strengthens Power Outage Resilience with Clean Energy Microgrid Project
The City of Berkeley researched building a clean energy microgrid community to provide power to critical facilities during power outages. After findin...
1.5 Million USD
San Diego, CA
A Coordinated Approach to Invasive Plant Removal on Public and Private Properties in Chollas Creek
The City of San Diego and nonprofit Groundwork San Diego collaborated to improve climate resiliency in the disadvantaged community of Southcrest in so...
229.3 Million USD
City of San Diego
St. Augustine, FL
Planning for Sea Level Rise in Florida
Pilot programs in City of St. Augustine, City of Clearwater and Escambia County to assess coastal hazard risk and vulnerability and establish adaptati...
292 Thousand USD
City of Burlington, VT Meets Spike in COVID-19 Requests with Creativity, Empathy & Civic Tech
To avoid public service disruptions, the City of Burlington quickly adapted its administrative workflows to accommodate a now remote workforce. This i...