The Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) has released an Adaptation and Resiliency Strategy, as part of its CAPtivate project through which WRCOG released a Subregional Climate Action Plan (CAP) in April 2014.
The Adaptation and Resiliency Strategy reviews expected and already seen changes in the region attributed to climate change, and then focuses on the region’s vulnerability in the following areas:
- Planning and Emergency Response Frameworks
- Disadvantaged Communities
- Public Health
- Transportation Infrastructure and Operations
- Wildfire and Flood-Resilient Development
- Electricity Resources and Reliability
- Biological Resources
- Plan Maintenance
Click here to learn more about the proposed solutions in the nine areas above, and review WRCOG’s Strategy in full. For more on resiliency planning in California’s local governments, click here.