The U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit publishes information and tools provided by U.S. federal science agencies and their partners. Interagency teams help set the Toolkit’s scope and editorial policies. The Toolkit team works closely with the United States Global Change Research Project (USGCRP), and features information from the National Climate Assessment.
Case studies are brief narratives (suggested 400–800 words) highlighting examples of real people or communities who recognize climate-related issues and take action to build resilience. Consult our Tips for Developing a Case Study (PDF) for guidance. See also our Standards for Graphics and Video (PDF) for details on including graphics in your story.
To nominate a tool for inclusion, complete and submit our Tool Form.
Trainings, Webinars, and Courses
To nominate a training, recorded webinar, or other course, share relevant details via the Trainings form.
If you'd like to discuss the addition of other new content to the Toolkit, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.