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Resilient Nation Partnership Network - Past Events and Resources

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September 30, 2020 Call

Representatives from the RNPN, National Governors Association, National Conference of State Legislatures, and state Rep. Gregg Takayama of Hawaii discussed Advancing State Resilience While Adapting to Fiscal and Capacity Constraints.

Resilient Nation Roundup Newsletter

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Mobilizing Resilience Events

The RNPN fosters opportunities for an open dialogue with peers and thought leaders or industry peers. Past examples of actionable changes through RNPN collaboration efforts include:

Community Engagement to Bring Resilience into Everyday Life

October 2019

The RNPN developed an interactive exhibit for the National Building Museum’s Big Build Community Day in October 2019. We engaged children and families about resilience and flood risk.

A member of the RNPN since 2015, the National Building Museum hosts the annual fall event to introduce youth to a wide range of building skills, including planning, design, architecture, and construction.

Photo: A member of the FEMA Building Science team engages youth on flood risk and mitigation during the Big Build Community Day at the National Building Museum in October 2019.

A member of the FEMA Building Science team uses a flood table to demonstrate the effects of flooding to young attendees at the National Building Museum’s Big Build Community Day.

Strengthening Local Capacity

2018

In 2018, FEMA’s Region 3 team helped establish the Lackawanna County Flood Risk Coalition. This effort helped community members understand mapping updates and changes to flood risk. This local working group excelled due to participatioin from local organizations and the support of RNPN partners. This locally based group established its core membership base, convened local expertise, built credibility with the community, and expanded awareness of flood risk. The Coalition was essential in increasing community-wide awareness and participation at public meetings and Open Houses at the end of 2019 and early 2020.

The Lackawanna County Flood Risk Coalition discusses local flood risks with members of the community at a local event in Lackawanna County, PA.
The Lackawanna County Flood Risk Coalition engages members of the community at a local event.