Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Community Resilience Action Network Of Erie Inviting Public To Participate In Community Vulnerability Assessment

Community Resilience Action Network of Erie is inviting public participation in a community vulnerability assessment to better understand how prepared various community sectors such as transportation systems, critical infrastructure, businesses, social facilities, and others are to severe weather hazards. 

The Network has prepared an introduction to these discussions-- Understanding Erie's Level of Preparedness for Coastal Flooding And Other Weather Disaster-- to help frame the discussion.

This climate change vulnerability assessment focuses on species, habitats, or systems of interest, and helps identify the greatest risks to them from climate change impacts.

Click Here to provide initial feedback on experiences stakeholders have in Erie County to extreme weather events.

Organizations supporting this initiative include: Erie County, the City of Erie, the PA Lake Erie Watershed Association, PA Sea Grant, DCNR, DEP Coastal Resources Program.

Click Here to learn more about the assessment process and how you can get involved.

[Posted: February 22, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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