Collaborations

In addition to project area sites across the Caribbean, North America, and Mexico and Central America, Coastal Resilience is collaborating with organizations of varying scales and across sectors to implement work that promotes resilience to coastal hazards on the ground.

 

 

Accounting for Nature

Accounting for Nature

This work aims to support decisions across development, aid, risk reduction and conservation sectors as they seek to identify sustainable and cost-effective approaches for risk reduction.
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AI for Conservation

AI for Conservation

The Nature Conservancy is partnering with Microsoft to address the world’s most pressing issues in ocean, coastal, floodplain, and watershed environments through the expansion of The Nature Conservancy’s Natural Solutions Toolkit.
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Nature and Insurance

Nature and Insurance

Thanks to support from the Lloyd’s Tercentenary Research Foundation, The Nature Conservancy is working with key partners in the risk & insurance sector to examine the role of coastal habitats as natural storm defenses.

in risk and finance models.
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Open Space

Open Space

The Nature Conservancy is partnering with NOAA’s Office of Coastal Management (OCM) to coordinate efforts to meet the goals and objectives of coastal zone management in the U.S. and highlight those actions that also receive credits from FEMA’s Community Rating System (CRS).
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Resilient Coastal Cities

Resilient Coastal Cities

The Nature Conservancy has joined efforts with GDPC in the Coastal Cities project to help identify ways that nature can be a part of building social-ecological community resilience before, during, and after natural disasters.
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