Maine Community Resilience Workbook

A framework and how-to guide for climate change assessment, collective climate action, and achieving community resilience outcomes

2023 Edition: A living document pursuant to continued training and guidance

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As of May 23, 2024: Downloadable PDF of the Workbook, Based on the Online Version, is Now Available:

Maine Community Resilience Workbook | 2023 Edition (PDF)

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