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Resiliency Planning

Resilience can be defined as the “ability to anticipate, prepare for and adapt to changing conditions and withstand, respond to and recover rapidly from disruptions through adaptable and holistic planning and technical solutions” (“Resilience Roadmap”, National Renewable Energy Laboratory). Resiliency planning is a holistic process that considers the impacts on all sectors associated with hazards and specific risks, which works to define strategies that address threats and provide outcomes that mitigate risk for all sectors. Resiliency planning is an essential tool when pursuing new development or considering the sustainability of existing energy, water and food systems.

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