Coastal Resilience receives the the Geospatial World Excellence Award at the 2018 Geospatial World Forum in Hyderabad, India.
Partners in Connecticut use Coastal Resilience to inform restoration in Bridgeport, CT and beyond.
TNC’s partnership with the Red Cross in Grenada has led to a change in the way the both organizations assesses risk and design adaptation solutions.
The Nature Conservancy worked with several communities in Northeastern North Carolina to develop the Community Rating System Explorer application (CRS Explorer app), an online decision support tool meant to estimate open space benefits and empower planners to fully participate in CRS.
TNC, Microsoft and Esri have formed a collaboration around geospatial technology and natural solutions for conservation and climate adaptation planning.
New Jersey’s Coastal Resilience work has been successful in both the number of towns and communities that have used the Restoration Explorer tool to identify and implement a living shoreline project,, but also through the number of partners that have also incorporated the tool into their engagement efforts around coastal resilience planning and project identification.