Jul 7, 2022
RAND engineer and information scientist Michelle Miro presents three steps to reduce the risks that climate change poses to communities around the United States.
Bringing together trans-disciplinary research teams to build equitable, use-inspired climate resilience solutions.
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The RAND Climate Resilience Center helps to build solutions for organizations to become more resilient to the myriad impacts of the changing climate. The center conducts policy research and develops innovative tools to support decisionmakers at all levels of government, as well as diverse stakeholders from the public, private, and philanthropic sectors, by addressing how we plan, build, and sustain our societal and physical systems. Guided by four institutional values: equity, adaptive management, access, and collaboration, the center organizes across three interdisciplinary focus areas to look at problems and solutions in comprehensive, evidence-based ways.
The RAND Climate Resilience Center is uniquely suited to bring together cross-disciplinary research teams to identify emerging climate resilience challenges, apply state-of-the-art methods to tackle problems from multiple perspectives, address uncertainty that is often ignored, and recommend solutions that are effective and enduring.More about the center
RAND has a long history of conducting research on policy and planning challenges related to global climate change. RAND's body of work is centered on three focus areas.
We are committed to justice, diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging as fundamental principles guiding our climate resilience research, outreach, and education activities.Read more
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