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 National Climate Resilience Framework: From Ideas to Action
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National Climate Resilience Framework: From Ideas to Action

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Communities across the United States are facing accelerating effects of climate change in the form of more frequent and intense extreme weather events and chronic, long-term effects. Released in September 2023, the first-ever National Climate Resilience Framework establishes a vision for a climate-resilient nation and guidance for resilience-related activities and investments by the federal government and its partners.

This webinar series, presented by the Resilience Roadmap project, will bring together experts from the government, nonprofit, and private sectors to discuss elements of the framework and how to implement it. Sessions will be hosted by a variety of partners, including the Nicholas Institute for Energy, Environment & Sustainability at Duke University, the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Climate Adaptation Fund.

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National Climate Resilience Framework: Perspectives from Key Partners

The US government's first-ever National Climate Resilience Framework establishes a vision for a climate-resilient nation and guidance for resilience-related activities and investments by the federal government and its partners. In this webinar, hear a variety of perspectives including from authors of the framework, state officials, and other critical implementation partners.

This is the first webinar in the National Climate Resilience Framework: From Ideas to Action series, presented by the Resilience Roadmap project.

Date and Time
Monday, March 25, 2024 - 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
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