We are looking for groups and individuals interested in working with us to develop and scale access to the Resilience Dialogues for all communities. We welcome collaborators committed to building community resilience, including organizations that can help us engage with communities, professional networks, and subject matter experts.
Start a dialogue in your community.
Do you need to start a conversation about risks from climate variability and change and how to respond? Do you need to locate credible scientific information or guidance? Do you need access to experts to assist with resilience planning?
The Resilience Dialogues can be a stand-alone effort to develop interest and initiate action, or be used to add value to ongoing community engagement programs with an organization or federal agency. The core value of the Resilience Dialogues is to respond to your community priorities and point you toward tools, resources, services, and networks that are most relevant and useful to your local context. During the beta phase, the Resilience Dialogues is only able to accomodate a limited number of communities. However, we welcome expressions of interest from communities regarding participation in future rounds of the Resilience Dialogues. Request a dialogue.
Volunteer as a subject matter expert.
Do you have information, data, or expertise that might be useful to communities in your region or across the nation?
The Resilience Dialogues is seeking scientists, resilience practitioners, and other subject matter experts to contribute their expertise to support community resilience. By participating in dialogues with community leaders, subject matter experts help define questions that drive resilience planning, characterize risks in the context of local trends, and explore the resources and strategies required to develop detailed climate risk assessments and plans. Express your interest.
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