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As a coastal city, San Francisco faces impacts from rising sea levels, flooding and storms, so they launch a design competition to find novel planning solutions.
CBI works closely with the Northeast Regional Planning Body to gather meaningful feedback from stakeholders as it develops a regional ocean plan.
CBI brings together a wide range of stakeholders to wrestle with complex questions around sea level rise, community engagement, and adaptation.
While local, collective action on risk management is critical for climate adaptation, many communities lack the capacity for robust adaptation planning. This book highlights the potential of role-play simulations for engaging the public and preparing them to act in the face of impending climate changes.
For coastal communities already feeling the impacts of climate change, CBI's book shows how climate risk simulations and structured community dialogue can help accelerate the adoption of risk management measures that everyone agrees upon.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, CBI and Horsley Witten Group lead a community-driven dialogue, or visioning process, on the impact of natural hazards and on the many challenges to life on Smith Island.
CBI helps local South Florida stakeholders develop a shared vision for the Caloosahatchee River and its estuary.
CBI’s 20th Anniversary Symposium brings together an extraordinary, global group of colleagues to generate ideas on how collaboration can help mitigate and resolve present and future conflicts.
On its 20th Anniversary, CBI highlights how effective collaboration and conflict resolution can lead to better management of water sources for a diverse range of purposes and users.
CBI uses role-play simulations to build the capacity of at-risk towns and cities along coastlines to adapt to the effects of climate change.
How can communities manage the risks associated with climate change and adapt appropriately? In this article, CBI outlines recommendations based on current knowledge of this issue.
Sea level rise is expected to become an increasingly prominent challenge for all levels of government as the climate changes. This paper explores how states and municipalities interact to address sea level rise, providing an overview of the state of practice, reasons for differences in approaches, and strategies for building municipal capacity for adaptation planning and collaboration.