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Resilient Erie Stewardship Summit

 

 

The Erie community came together on Wednesday, November 15th to celebrate projects that enhance resilience and sustainability in the Erie region. Learn more about our summit and see how you can get involved in projects in your area.

 

 

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Our summit was a huge success!
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2017 Summit

Resilient Erie Stewardship Summit Date: November 15, 2017 Location: Tom Ridge Environmental Center, Erie PA Agenda and conference program I Story map (coming soon) I Call for presenters    On Wednesday, November 15th more than 60 people gathered together to highlight...

Resilient Erie Stewardship Summit

Intense storms, flooding, blizzards, drought, and extended heat events are becoming more and more common in Northwestern Pennsylvania. Luckily, individuals and communities in Erie and the surrounding area are stepping up and taking action, building community...

Call for Presenters: Resilient Erie Stewardship Summit

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 Tom Ridge Environmental CenterSee Press Release Request for Presenters Resilient Erie Stewardship Summit  Each year, the Community Resilience Action Network of Erie (CRANE) organizes an annual summit addressing local impacts from climate...
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Learn how Erie County is projected to change over the next several decades with customizable graphs and maps. The information – derived from global climate models- can help individuals, businesses, and communities in Erie make informed decisions and build resilience to extreme events.

Chester City Stormwater Infrastructure Plan

Lead Organization: City of Chester, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, Delaware County Planning Department, and Pennsylvania Sea Grant.  The Chester City Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) Plan provides a framework for actions to expand the use of GSI to...
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Coastal Delaware Resiliency

Lead Organization: Delaware Sea Grant A new report released by Delaware Sea Grant (DESG) outlines ways the tourism industry can prepare for flooding and other associated effects of climate change. The 29-page document, "Coastal Delaware Resiliency: Response, recovery,...
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Pittsburgh 2030 Districts

Lead Organization: A collaboration of partners throughout Pittsburgh  Pittsburgh 2030 Districts   Many cities are beginning to look at their energy consumption as a whole by engaging with property managers, local business and political leaders and other community...
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Helping Michigan’s Farmers understand and adapt to climate change

Lead Organization: Michigan State University  Helping Michigan’s Farmers understand and adapt to climate change To help Michigan’s field crop farmers adapt to and mitigate changing climate conditions, researchers at Michigan State University (MSU) Extension and the...
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Rein in the Runoff

Lead Organization: Michigan's Grand Valley State University  Rein in the Runoff Rein in the Runoff is a research project led by Michigan’s Grand Valley State University to identify the social, economic and environmental causes, consequences, and corrective actions in...
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