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Build for the Future Funding Navigator

Building a Climate Resilient Future: 5 Priorities for the Global Insurance Industry 

Climate Mapping for Resilience and Adaptation

Climate Smart Communities Initiative

Community-Based Disaster Preparedness and Resilience: Micro-Courses (University of Florida) 

Congressional Budget Office; Working Paper Series: Flood Damage Avoided by Potential Spending on Property-Level Adaptations

Drawdown Georgia GHG Emissions Tracker 

Duke Nicholas Institute for Energy, Environment, & Sustainability

Heat Policy Innovation Hub

Beat the Heat: Cooling Strategies to Stay Safe (English and Spanish)

 

EPA:

Climate Change Indicators in the United States: Fifth Edition

 Creating Co-Benefits Through Hazard Mitigation Planning and Water Resource Management 

Technical Assistance Matchmaker Fact Sheet 

FEMA:

EMI Climate Adaptation and Hazard Mitigation Certificate Program

Building Designer’s Guide to Calculating Flood Loads 

Climate Adaptation Planning: Guidance for Emergency Managers 

FEMA Strategic Foresight 2050

National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Riverine Campaign: River Flooding: Protect Your Home with Flood Insurance  

 

First Street: 

Models & Methodology 

Research Library

Guidebook: Ocean Climate Funding for Coastal Cities

HEAT.gov: Heat.gov serves as the premier source of heat and health information for the nation to reduce the health, economic, and infrastructural impacts of extreme heat.

Heat.gov is the web portal for the National Integrated Heat Health Information System (NIHHIS)

 

HURREVAC: HURREVAC is the decision support tool of the National Hurricane Program, administered by FEMA, the USACE, and the NOAA National Hurricane Center.

 

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Benefits, Applications, and Opportunities of Natural Infrastructure 

Building Community Resilience Through Private-Public Collaboration   

Communicating the Effects of Climate Change with Britt Wray

Emergency Preparedness / Disaster Management Collection

Enhancing Urban Sustainability Infrastructure: Mathematical Approaches for Optimizing Investments   

Healthy, Resilient, and Sustainable Communities After Disasters: Strategies, Opportunities, and Planning for Recovery 

 Incorporating Climate Change and Climate Policy into Macroeconomic Modeling: Proceedings of a Workshop

Modernizing Probable Maximum Precipitation Estimation

 Practices for Capturing and Integrating Cost Data in Maintenance Management Systems

Transportation Planning to the Extreme for Weather and Climate Change  

 

National Center for Disaster Preparedness

Web-based Trainings 

National Estuarine Research Reserve System Science Collaborative

Guide to Collaborative Science

 

National Hurricane Center  

Natural Hazards Center

COVID-19 and Climate Change: Understanding Place, History, and Indigenous Sovereignty in Emergency Response 

New Actionable Science Toolkit (BLM, USGS, USFWS, USDA Research Service, and NC CASC)

 

NOAA in the Caribbean

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NOAA Digital Coast

Grant Proposal Development Resources

NOAA Fisheries - Southeast Regional Office

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Annual Inundations of Sargassum in the Southeastern United States

NOAA Office for Coastal Management

Economics: National Ocean Watch

Training resource/interactive modules: Nature-Based Solutions for Coastal Hazards: The Basics

1 hour professional credit available through the American Institute of Certified Planners

Natural and Structural Measures for Shoreline Stabilization 

NOAA Southeast and Caribbean Regional Collaboration Team (SECART)

Hurricane Awareness Webinar Series

Webinar Playlist 

 

North Carolina 

 Flood Inundation Mapping & Alert Network (FIMAN)

Heat Action Plan Toolkit 

NC Resilience Exchange 

North Carolina Flood Resiliency Blueprint 

North Carolina Office of Recovery and Resiliency: Subscribe to Resiliency Updates

RISE and Environment Program 

ReBuild NC 

Regional Resilience Portfolio Program 

Thresholds for Extreme Heat - North Carolina State Climate Office 

 

NWS HeatRisk: Experimental Heat Tool by NWS and CDC 

 

​​Resources for Assistance and Technical Training in Region 4 on Environmental Justice  

 

South Carolina Food Access Map

Storytelling to Accelerate Climate Solutions 

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation

Readiness for Resiliency (R4R) Program

Disaster Help Desk

Resilience in a Box

SABER

U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit

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