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Guide: Making Equity Real in Climate Adaptation and Community Resilience Policies and Programs

Guide: Making Equity Real in Climate Adaptation and Community Resilience Policies and Programs

A Guidebook from the Greenlining Insitute, a nonprofit founded in 1993, that works to create a nation where communities of color thrive and race is never a barrier to economic opportunity. To prioritize the climate adaptation and community resilience needs of frontline communities and address the historical neglect they have experienced, we must move beyond embracing equity to making it real. This requires centering community needs and building social equity into the very fabric of policies and grant programs that focus on climate adaptation and resilience. To get there, this Guidebook offers policymakers a blueprint on how to operationalize equity in policies and grant programs

The link address is: https://greenlining.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Making-Equity-Real-in-Climate-Adaption-and-Community-Resilience-Policies-and-Programs-A-Guidebook-1.pdf