What is the Practioner's Guide?
Implementing the Steps to Resilience: A Practitioner's Guide is a user-friendly report containing a set of procedures to accompany each phase of the U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit’s Steps to Resilience (StR). This document aims to support climate service practitioners develop and implement equity-centered climate resilience plans in their communities.
Click here to view the full report in NOAA's Institutional Repository.
Click here to explore an overview of course chapters and resources.
How To Use this Guide
Implementing the Steps to Resilience: A Practitioner's Guide is organized into a Five Step to Resilience training.
This guide is intended for use by practitioners in two ways:
- during synchronous and asynchronous training on how to implement the StR (trainee)
- as guidance for practitioners working with a community to implement the StR (trainer).
Is this Guide for Me?
Implementing the Steps to Resilience: A Practitioner's Guide is one of five documents published in the Climate Start Communities Series which aims to advance equity centered and funding-ready climate adaptation and resilience planning.
Centering Equity in Climate Resilience Planning and Action: a Practitioner’s Guide
Moving from Faith-based to Tested Adaptation Process and Approach: How Will We Know We’re Adapting?
Incorporating Nature-based Solutions into Community Climate Adaptation Planning