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Climate resilient places
The National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy for England, Glossary, published by the Environment Agency in 2020, defines climate resilient places as: ‘Places that are resilient to current and future flooding and coastal risks. Resilience involves the capacity of people and places to plan for, better protect, respond to, and to recover from flooding and coastal change. Climate resilient places need to both reduce greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to net zero as well as be ready to adapt to the unavoidable impacts of a changing climate.’
- Building Back Better: Resilience
- Building flood resilience.
- Business resilience.
- Designing resilient cities: a guide to good practice (EP 103).
- Environment Agency.
- Property flood resilience.
- Resilient infrastructure diversity and equity scorecard.
- Two steps towards a more resilient world.
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