Improving Emergency Management in Communities of Color

Place-based isolation overlaps with disinvestment, especially within low-income communities of color, and the climate crisis. Resiliency-building must be mitigated and managed through hyper-local and robust systems for knowing one’s neighbors.
People Impacted
$ 216B
Potential Funding
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the problem
Nature and Context

Knowing your neighbors and community members serve many functions, including fostering community well-being and helping with emergency management. Social connectivity and a sense of place can build community pride and lead to self-investment in the home.

the impact
Success Metrics
  • Community plans should address priorities from community members, stakeholders, and community assessments, including but not limited to health, safety, economic development, and equity.

  • Community members should be engaged in the community planning process.

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