Community Resilience: One Approach in New Jersey

November 13, 2015

Jennifer Whytlaw, GISP, GIS Manager for the Bloustein School’s Environmental Analysis and Communications Group contributed an article to a special issue about resilience planning to HazNet, the magazine of the Canadian risks and hazards network. The article discusses the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance’s (NJADAPT) work to help deliver science, technical information, tools and support to communities throughout New Jersey to help integrate resilience into local planning and decision-making.

HazNet Special Issue, Fall 2015

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