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This resilience strategy report recommends specific short-term actions to help address some of Berkley's adaptation challenges, and outlines the city's six long-term goals for bolstering its resilience against the impacts of climate change: (1) build a connected and prepared community, (2) accelerate access to reliable and clean energy, (3) adapt to the changing climate, (4) advance racial equity, (5) excel at working together within city government to better serve the community, and (6) build regional resilience. Chapter 3 in particular highlights the co-benefits of green infrastructure (page 34) and Berkeley's plans for integrating climate impacts into capital and land use planning (page 35) . In addition to providing goals and principles for Berkley's planners and decision-makers, this report recommends concrete strategies for local residents to prepare for the impacts of climate change.


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Last updated: Feb. 21, 2019