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by ISC Staff | December 6, 2018
By Senior Program Officer Jaime Love and Program Officer Nicole EnrightTransparency, trust, truth, trauma, and healing.That’s how our New Orleans-based partners, Healthy Community Services, described their approach to their resilience project, [...]
by Lauren Ordway | October 16, 2018
Cape Hatteras, North Carolina I live in Miami – a few blocks from the bay, behind a small strip of mangroves. In recent years the city has become the poster-child for climate change and extreme weather events. I grew up, in-part, in Cape [...]
by Ben Paulos | December 5, 2017
This has been the year of the disaster. Hurricanes, earthquakes, and wildfires have ravaged North America.In addition to the terrible loss of life and property, impacted communities have struggled with the loss of energy. Electricity is the [...]
by Ben Paulos | December 1, 2017
Over the past three years, the Solar Market Pathways project, a U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office initiative, has supported 14 innovative solar projects around the country with the goal of increasing solar energy [...]
by Steve Nicholas | August 26, 2016
As we look back on the five years since Tropical Storm Irene, one of the biggest changes we’ve observed has been in Vermonters’ understanding of watersheds. Of course, practitioners who work on water issues have always looked at the landscape in [...]
by Elliott Bent | August 27, 2015
What’s hot this summer? Regional resilience.   Local action is an essential component of effective climate action – but we’re pretty excited about the all of the ways that regional action – local leaders working together – can have [...]
by ISC Staff | June 23, 2015
[slideshow name="Bangladesh Trip Blog"] Our team just finished up some fieldwork in Bangladesh as part of our research for the Global Resilience Challenge. If you don’t know about the Challenge, it’s a grant competition led by the Global [...]