Flagstaff Climate Resilience Community Survey
The City of Flagstaff has partnered with NAU’s Climate Science and Solutions Program to review climate adaptation and resilience information and provide recommendations to the City of Flagstaff to prepare for the impacts of climate change.
The objective of this survey is to gather knowledge from the perspectives of Flagstaff residents regarding the local changes that bring the most concern, strategies that would be the most helpful, and actions they want to see in response to the climate crisis.
In the context of climate change, resilience is defined as a community’s ability to thrive when change occurs. Resilience involves anticipation and preparation for changing conditions. The actions described in this survey will focus on how the City of Flagstaff prepares for the effects of climate change.
This survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete and will be open until November 1, 2021. Results from this survey will be used to inform how the City of Flagstaff takes action to adapt to climate change.
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