The goal of the Receiver Places is to create a guide of policy and practice for communities to follow, detailing strategies for equitable, climate-resilient urban growth in response to incoming climate change migration. We will use the Receiver Places Guide that we create to work with communities in climate-resilient geographies to promote and implement climate-resilient urbanism.
The Receiver Places Guide
The Receiver Places Guide consists of four resources. We’ve published a summary document and two more in-depth documents. These are all available together or separately below, along with additional data. The fourth resource, an interactive assessment guide and community rating system, is still in progress.
- Project Summary Document – A brief introduction and overview of the Climate Receiver Places Project.
- Receiving Geography Guide – A document to define receiving geography, specific cities, towns, and regions around these municipalities, and the methodology that got us to these conclusions. We also provide supplementary maps and data.
- Community Principles Guide – A document to define equitable, climate-resilient community principles and how climate receiver places can use them to change mindsets, self-assess, plan, and implement.
- Community Assessment Guide – A checklist and rating system to qualitatively assess current conditions of a community, direct that community towards certain priorities, and conduct a postassessment.
We are beginning to explore collaborating with climate receiver places to strengthen the resilient and welcoming communities of the future.
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Check back for updates soon! We’re excited to share more of the Receiver Places Guide documents with you all. You can also learn more about the project by watching our On the Park Bench webinar hosted by the Congress for the New Urbanism below.