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New Jersey: Baltic Canal Flood Mitigation Project
Community flood control project improves 100-year flood control system for a disadvantaged community. This is a Justice40 project.
California: Nature-Based Mitigation and Wildfire Retrofitting for Climate Resiliency
Using nature-based solutions to provide critical protection from wildfires for some of the most vulnerable communities.
Utah: SLC City Creek Water Treatment Plant Resilient Water Quality & Supply
A growing and environmentally vulnerable metropolitan area bolsters its water supply and resilience.
Oregon: Alderwood Looped Power Transmission
Providing rural residents with essential utility protection.
Florida: Flood Mitigation and Wastewater Reliability Enhancement Project
Protecting stormwater and flood capacity infrastructure. This is a Justice40 project.
North Carolina: St. Andrews Drives Critical Infrastructure Protection and Stream Restoration
The diverse economic and cultural hub of North Carolina’s coastal plain region bolsters its defense for community members against future flood and rainfall vulnerability.
New Jersey: 63rd Street Pumping Station Power & Flood Resilience Project
Protecting a diverse community from extreme flood and infrastructure vulnerabilities.
California: K-Line Transmission Hardening Project
A rural, agricultural community bolsters its defense against extreme heat vulnerabilities. This is a Justice40 project.
Washington, D.C.: BluePlains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant Floodwall Segment
Floodwall to protect one of the world’s largest wastewater treatment plants serving an essential population hub. This is a Justice40 project.
Virginia: Eastern Shore Drive Drainage Improvement Project
A coastal community in Virginia with several protected natural resources will implement a variety of infrastructure, nature-based, and community outreach and education solutions in order to improve resilience against worsening chronic flooding.