Coastal Resilience

Overview: 

Coastal Resilience is a program led by The Nature Conservancy to examine nature’s role in reducing coastal flood risk. The program consists of an approach, a web mapping tool, and a network of practitioners around the world supporting hazard mitigation and climate adaptation planning.

Coastal Resilience supports a community of practitioners around the world who are applying spatial planning innovations to coastal hazard risk, resilience and adaptation issues.

Purpose: 
This is a global network providing access to peer practitioners, tools, information and training focused on nature-based solutions to enhance coastal resilience.
Inputs: 
Inputs vary depending on if you use a tool or establish a collaboration with the Coastal Resilience program.
Outputs: 
Outputs vary depending on if you use a tool or establish a collaboration with the Coastal Resilience program.
Tool Developers: 

The Nature Conservancy

Format: 
Other
Audience: 
Land Manager
Other
Time Investment: 
High
Spatial Scale: 
Farm/Forest
Time Scale: 
User-defined