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New Supporting Local Climate Action Page Now Available on the HUD Exchange

The HUD Exchange has launched the new Supporting Local Climate Action page, which replaces the previous Community Resilience page. The new page has a fresh look and features guidance and information from the Community Resilience Toolkit and other resources that communities can use to build their resilience to climate change and natural disasters. The important resilience resources on this page are organized by:

Keep an eye out in the next month for new, project-specific implementation guides that will provide grantees with case studies and step-by-step guidance to implement resilience actions like cool roofs, nature-based solutions, education and outreach campaigns, and single-family retrofits.

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