Resilience Solutions

Even as we work to avoid worse impacts in the future, the public and private sectors must act now to strengthen our resilience to the unavoidable impacts of warming that’s already underway.

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Cities and businesses join to build resilience
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The Growing Urgency of Climate Change: How Cities and Businesses Build a Sustainable Future
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We need to prepare for more downpours
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Solutions Forum Webinar: Financing Climate Resilience – What Are Our Options?
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Collaborating on climate resilience in Anchorage
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Key Insights on Collaboration for a Resilient Anchorage

C2ES held a two-day Solutions Forum workshop in March 2016 in Anchorage, Alaska, focusing on opportunities for collaboration in building a climate-resilient Anchorage. About 50 business leaders, city, state, federal and tribal officials, nonprofit organizations, and other experts shared their …

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Collaboration for Climate Resilience in Stamford, Connecticut

The city of Stamford, Connecticut, is a corporate hub with more than 125,000 residents, the third largest city in the state. As a coastal city, Stamford is vulnerable to threats of climate change, extreme weather, and natural disasters, making it …

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Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s Approach to Addressing Climate Risks

Based in San Francisco, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) provides natural gas and electric service to nearly 16 million people throughout Northern and Central California. PG&E’s service area includes diverse communities from the coast to oil-producing regions around Bakersfield …

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Defining and Measuring Success When Planning for Resilience
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Key Insights on Business State and City Collaboration for Climate Resilience

C2ES held a Solutions Forum workshop focusing on opportunities for collaboration on climate resilience in November 2015 in Detroit, Michigan. More than 40 business leaders, state and city officials, non-profit organizations, and other experts shared their experiences addressing climate change …

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