Resilience Communications helps academic institutions, governmental agencies and non-profit entities to support water resource protection and climate change adaptation efforts. Based in New York State’s Hudson Valley, the firm takes a creative approach to communicating about scientific issues in ways that emphasize solutions and inspire collaboration.
Resilience is often defined as the ability to “bounce back” from disturbance. Our firm embraces the “bounce forward” approach to resilience. We emphasize the need to assist communities in improving quality of life for all residents now, as well as in the future. Resilience Communications collaborates with partners to strive toward effective and equitable approaches to flooding and other climate related risks, emphasizing nature-based solutions that improve conditions for human and natural communities.
Research & Synthesis
Experienced in researching issues related to watershed protection, aquatic ecology, climate change and other scientific topics. Resulting information is presented in an organized framework and communicated in clear, concise language that ensures audience comprehension.
The firm specializes in producing content that delivers scientific information in a straightforward and engaging manner. Products range from written and graphic materials, to websites, to audio pieces and podcasts. We work with clients to find the compelling stories that deliver key messages effectively.
Outreach & Education
Twenty years of experience in development and delivery of educational campaigns on natural resource topics. From curriculum development to project management, we help you reach audiences with educational experiences that illuminate the issues and inspire collective action.
Support learning and communication efforts of Hudson riverfront communities that are addressing flooding from sea-level rise and extreme precipitation. Services include researching and sharing information with municipalities, and producing customized educational materials and web content describing the resilience efforts of individual communities.
A Sampling of Educational Materials
Created the Project Breathless website, which describes scientific research on the impacts of low-oxygen aquatic “dead zones” on fishes conducted as part of a collaborative project led by Dr. Karin Limburg of SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry.
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