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After working with the City of Milford to create a comprehensive development plan that considers climate change impacts, the Institute for Public Administration has published a report to communicate the strategies and methods used in the planning process. Follow the link at the end of the article to read the full report.
The Institute for Public Administration (IPA), with financial assistance
from the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental
Control, recently completed work with the City of Milford, Delaware to
create a new climate-conscious comprehensive development plan that
considers climate change impacts (sea level rise, flooding, higher
temperatures) and recommends appropriate strategies to reduce
vulnerability, build community resiliency, and enhance long-term
This project represents the first time a Delaware municipality has
fully assessed and integrated climate impacts into its comprehensive
development plan. Following the work with Milford, IPAs project team
produced a report to communicate to local decision makers, urban
planners, and concerned citizens the strategies and methods used in
Milfords planning process.
All Delaware municipalities are vulnerable to climate impacts, and
the example set in Milford provides a model for other towns and cities
to follow as they seek to adapt to a changing climate. Read the report here.
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