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

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

  • Drive leading-edge climate resilience practice to help Providence prepare for climate threats
  • Catalyze strategic planning, prioritization & Implementation to address severe weather, sea level rise & other climate change impacts
  • Build understanding & consensus for resilient, equitable & environmentally sustainable long-term climate solutions for all our residents

First Street Foundation: Flood Risks Vastly Underestimated

According to a new report from First Street Foundation, a non-profit focused on weather risk research, the traditional “100 Year Flood” is now expected to happen every 25 years for 21 million Americans. In the most extreme cases – high risk counties that are home to over 1.3 million people – are expected to experience a “100 Year Flood” at least once every 8-10 years. Intense rain events, like atmospheric rivers and…
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