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Central Appalachians Climate Change Response Framework
Habitat and Environment
Newtown Square, PA, United States

This project uses a highly collaborative approach to help land managers understand the potential effects of climate change on forest ecosystems and to integrate climate change considerations into management. 
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The Climate Change Response Framework: Supporting Climate-Smart Conservation and Forest Management in the Great Lakes Region
Habitat and Environment
Houghton, MI, United States

To help land managers and landowners prepare for and adapt to potential impacts, researchers at the Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science (NIACS) have led the development of the Climate Change Response Framework. 
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The Chicago Wilderness Climate Action Plan for Nature
Habitat and Environment
Chicago, IL, United States

In 2010, Chicago Wilderness released its Climate Action Plan for Nature, a strategy to help conserve regional biodiversity in a changing climate. 
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Integrating Climate Change into Water Quality Monitoring on the Fond du Lac Reservation in Minnesota
Habitat and Environment
Cloquet, MN, United States

The Fond du Lac Band is undertaking both mitigation and adaptation efforts for and respond to climate change impacts and is actively working to increase energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions from buildings, and employ green infrastructure techniques such as rain gardens.
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Michigan Prepares Transportation System for Climate Change
Infrastructure
Lansing, MI, United States

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) examined the stabilization of the highway system under future conditions.
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Climate Change and Transportation in Maine
Infrastructure
Maine, United States

Spurred by legislature, “Resolve to Evaluate Climate Change Adaptation Options for the State” the Maine Department of Transportation (MaineDOT) is required to evaluate and prepare the future effects of climate change on Maine’s transportation system.
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Green City, Clean Water
Water Quality
Philadelphia, PA, United States

Through the Green City, Clean Waters program Philadelphia will meet standards set by the Clean Water Act while saving an estimated $5.6 billion over 25 years. Learn more


Rein in the Runoff
Water Quality
Spring Lake, MI, United States

This project uses a highly collaborative approach to help land managers understand the potential effects of climate change on forest ecosystems and to integrate climate change considerations into management. 
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Helping Michigan's Farmers Understand and Adapt to Climate Change
Agriculture
Hickory Corners, MI, United States

To help Michigan’s field crop farmers adapt to and mitigate changing climate conditions, researchers at Michigan State University (MSU) Extension and the W.K. Kellogg Biological Station (KBS) teamed up together on a project to find ways of engaging the agricultural producer, scientist, and decision-maker communities in discussions about climate change and agriculture. Learn more

Pittsburgh 2030 District
Energy
Pittsburgh, PA, United States

The 2030 initiative engages local property managers, business and political leaders, and other community stakeholders to actively track their consumption of water, electricity, and natural gas and work together to reduce energy consumption by 50% by the year 2030. Learn more

Cleveland 2030 District
Energy
Cleveland, OH, United States

The Cleveland 2030 District is a movement to create high-performance building districts throughout Greater Cleveland with the goal of dramatically reducing the environmental impacts of building construction and operations while increasing Cleveland's competitiveness in the business environment and increasing owners' return on investment.
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Good Practices in City Energy Efficiency: Municipal Energy Efficiency Fund
Energy
Ann Arbor, MI, United States

The Municipal Energy Fund was established in 1998 to be a self-sustaining source of funds for investment in energy-efficient retrofits at city facilities, so the City could continually reduce its operating costs over time. Learn more

Coastal Delaware Resiliency
Tourism
Newark, NJ, United States

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 report highlights existing Delaware resources that can help business owners prepare for risks, and create a recovery plan in the event of a natural disaster. Learn more

Chester City Green Stormwater Infrastructure Plan
Water Quality
Chester, PA, United States

The Chester City Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) Plan provides a framework for actions to expand the use of GSI to enhance stormwater management, reduce volume and flooding, protect water quality, and continue building a vibrant and resilient City of Chester. Learn More