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Inaugural Signatories of the Resilient Communities for America Agreement

Join the Leaders

Mayors and county leaders: Sign the Resilient Communities for America Agreement and showcase your leadership and commitment to creating more resilient cities, towns, and counties. Join the new movement of resilient cities and counties that are taking smart steps to prepare for climate change and energy challenges, and turning adversity into economic opportunity.

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The Resilient Communities for America Agreement is a sign-on letter for mayors and county leaders who pledge to create more resilient cities, towns, and counties—and share their challenges and successes to help other local governments. RC4A will inspire greater local leadership on resilience and provide local governments with free resources to help them achieve their goals. Just sign and return to join.
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Get answers to your questions about RC4A. How does it work? Why was it developed? Who can sign the Agreement? How does it benefit local governments?
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Across the country, leading local elected officials have joined Resilient Communities for America and made a commitment to building resilience. They have charted their own plans and actions to maintain safety, prosperity, and quality of life.
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Is your city or county taking steps to build resilience to extreme weather, energy, and economic challenges? Engage them today about how government and community groups can work together to protect the people, businesses, and natural resources in your community.
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Read about the four organizations working to support local governments through the campaign: ICLEI USA, the U.S. Green Building Council, the National League of Cities, and the World Wildlife Fund.
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