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The Office of Resilience (OOR) works to ensure that Palm Beach County remains a great place to live, work, and play while addressing physical, social, and economic challenges including climate change. OOR helps the County continue to provide the services upon which residents, businesses, and visitors rely, while facilitating opportunities for all people and businesses to thrive, adapt to climate change, and live and operate more sustainably.
 
As climate change effects will impact human and natural environments, it becomes increasingly important for Palm Beach County to adapt to climate change, mitigate climate change impacts, develop sustainably, and thereby reduce resident, business, and natural resource vulnerability. Palm Beach County is at the forefront of local government planning for resilience and climate change adaptation.


 

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Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact
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Solid Waste Authority
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Water Conservation
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EPA Energy Savings
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NASA Climate Change
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Office of Resilience

Megan S. Houston, Director
561-681-3812
MSHouston@pbcgov.org​​​​

2300 North Jog Road, 4th Floor
West Palm Beach, FL 33411

Southeast Florida Climate Compact 
Vulnerability AnalysisAction Plan