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Marquette Area Climate and Health Adaptation Guidebook - Volume III: Prioritizing and Implementing Recommendations


September 19, 2019 - Author: , School of Planning, Design and Construction

The Marquette Area Climate and Health Adaptation Guidebook (the Guidebook) is the result of a pilot project to build climate adaptive capacity at the local level by integrating public health considerations into existing community and climate adaptation planning initiatives. Though the Guidebook is focused on Marquette County, the innovative process was developed with the goal to be replicated by other rural communities, wholly or in part, depending on their resources and needs.

Volume III

Outlines action steps and further stakeholder engagement to prioritize the recommendations from Volume II and establish ownership for implementation. Provides further refined guidance for implementing priority policies and built environment design changes.


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