As a Coastal City, Providence must plan NOW for what climate change will bring.

The Providence Resilience Partnership brings together businesses, academic institutions, nonprofits, civic and community groups and residents across Providence to:

  • Inform the community about climate change threats
  • Lead conversations & planning to address severe weather, sea level rise and other climate change impacts
  • Build consensus & action around resilient, equitable, and environmentally sustainable long-term climate solutions for all our residents.

Climate Risk and Resilience Portal (ClimRR)

FEMA and its partners launched the Climate Risk and Resilience Portal (ClimRR), a free access, climate science modeling portal designed for community leaders offering localized data about future climate risks to conduct climate risk-informed analyses in order to support decision-making and adaptation efforts. Initial hazards included in ClimRR are temperature, precipitation, wind and drought conditions.  Data from the ClimRR combined with infrastructure information sourced from the Resilience Analysis and…
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PRP at Stormwater Innovation Expo

Visit the Providence Resilience Partnership’s table at the upcoming Rhode Island Stormwater Innovation Expo 2022, being held at the Roger Williams Park Casino at the end of November. The PRP team will be sharing information and tools about stormwater management, including the latest developments from Stormwater Centers of Excellence around the country. You can also pick up the PRP analysis of Providence’s stormwater systems. And, drop off your business card off to win in our raffle! …
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Great to speak to Greater Providence Chamber’s Innovation Economy Committee with URI Professor Isaac Ginis on Hurricane Ian: Could it Happen Here? Bottom line: Providence has far more risk than you think! #prp #providenceresilience #climatechange #risingwater

Want to build #ClimateResilience? Head to the U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit, whose goal is to improve people’s ability to understand and manage their climate risks and opportunities to make their communities more resilient to extreme events.