Climate Resiliency

There are an overwhelming number of online tools that promise to provide guidance and information. Some of these online tools are extremely complex and require modeling experience, but some are accessible, relatively low-cost, and provide immediate answers to questions. The question is how to provide useful information to smaller communities in New England that have limited resources and time to devote to sifting through the growing array of on-line tools.

In response to that need, we synthesized the array of online tools that smaller communities around the nation, and particularly in New England, may find to be helpful. These tools include guidelines, models and visualization tools, communication guidelines, financing adaption measures, and case studies.

See the Summary and read the Report.