Climate Guidance

How to Conduct a Campus-Community Resilience Assessment

The resilience assessment is meant to provide a baseline of current resilience activities on campus and in the community, develop initial indicators of resilience through a multi-stakeholder process, and identify current vulnerabilities related to climate change. Schools should keep a particular eye on overlaps and gaps in assets and vulnerabilities between the campus and community. Download.

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Implementation Liaison: The Institution’s Chief Climate Change Officer

This document identifies how implementation and communication processes occur within the Climate Leadership Network, from the Steering Committee of Presidents, and from Second Nature as the non-profit facilitator. It also provides detailed information to help select a staff person for the Implementation Liaison (IL) role. Download.

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Working with the Community on Resilience: Campus-Community Structures

The unique characteristics of the campus and community may determine how to create a joint structure and the best relationships. These may evolve and change over time. In general, these types of campus characteristics provide a starting point for consideration: Urban or Rural, Large or Small, Public or Private, and 4-year or 2-year. Download.

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