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Federal climate vulnerability maps are used to identify and allocate billions of dollars to disadvantaged, at-risk, and in-need communities. While this is an important step in supporting these communities, a recent study found that such maps fail to identify those on the lower end of the capacity spectrum.

Authors of this study will describe their findings and its implications in an upcoming webinar, Tuesday, June 11, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. The event will include discussion of how adding a community’s capacity to plan, fund, and maintain disaster risk reduction projects would augment vulnerability maps and result in more strategic grants and investments in infrastructure—including transportation, energy, and climate resilience projects. Visit this website to learn more about the speakers and register for the webinar. 

This event is part of the Natural Hazards Center's Making Mitigation Work webinar series.

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