Climate Adaptation and Resilience Funding
The Climate Adaptation and Resilience Funding webinar highlighted how supranational and federal funds can support the investment needs for subnational jurisdictions to meet their resiliency goals. The event concluded with a round-table discussion of challenges related to accessing and implementing projects with public funding, as well as potential strategies to achieve more resilient outcomes using these and other sources of funding.
Climate Week 2021: EU-USCA Transatlantic Cooperation
Speakers from the European Union and the United States highlight federal and state opportunities for collaboration and leadership on climate resilient investment, discussing how they are raising ambition, financing resilient infrastructure, and building local capacity.
Transatlantic Cooperation on Climate Risk and Resilience
Andrew Eil, Moderator. Panelists: Elina Bardram, Katie Dykes, Piero Pelizzaro, Jennifer Phillips. September 23, 2021
Resilient Transportation: Adapting Road Networks for Climate Change
Representatives from the public and private sectors discuss the techniques, strategies, and frameworks being applied and developed across the European Union and United States to incorporate climate considerations within resilience planning for road networks.
Managing Climate Risk in the Government Context
The EU and California establish climate risk and disclosure frameworks to become more resilient in the face of climate change.
Amplifying Resilience Investment: Engaging the Private Sector
From the Netherlands to New Jersey, resilient public infrastructure projects are attracting private capital.
Just Adaptation? Social Equity and Resilient Investment
Voices of experience from both sides of the Atlantic explain why disadvantaged communities and communities of color must be central to any successful climate resilience initiative, and share their insights about ensuring equity.
Integrating Insurance for a Resilient Future
From the nation of Spain to Washington state, the insurance industry is playing key roles in building a climate-resilient future.
From Green Banks to Resilience Banks
The European Investment Bank, the Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank, and Portugal’s nascent development bank offer three models for moving from Green Banks to Resilience Banks.
Financing Resilient Water Infrastructure
August 2020: Resilience officers and professionals from Colorado, Nevada, North Carolina, and Hungary share first-hand information on the opportunities and challenges of financing resilient water projects.
This project has been organized with the financial support of the European Union’s Partnership Instrument within the Strategic Partnerships for the Implementation of the Paris Agreement program. The opinions expressed are the sole responsibility of the speakers, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.