National Climate Change Viewer (NCCV)
The National Climate Change Viewer is meant to help forecast future changes in precipitation, temperature, and the water balance for any county or state in the United States. The tool is useful when planning for climate resiliency and adaptation.
This document serves as a user guide for software that allows stormwater managers to compare costs of alternative approaches to stormwater management.
Though designed for California communities, this site illustrates how and with what data others can identify disadvantaged neighborhoods in their own community.
Chicago Wilderness developed a green infrastructure vision to guide local communities making land use decisions. The organization provides a broad platform for collaborative conservation action with a wide range of public, private, non-profit and business partners. The vision serves as model for other regional efforts, including Australia.
The Sustainable Communities Hot Report uses various data from the U.S. Census Bureau to give community leaders and residents a quick and easy way to determine how well their community is performing on indicators related to transportation, housing, economic development, income, and equity. Users can view charts, tables, and maps showing their community’s trends over […]