Resilience Connections 🔗

Throwe Environmental Newsletter • Summer 2023

In this issue: Climate Policy Internship 🧑‍💻 • Coastal Resilience Jobs 💼 • Great Lakes climate adaptation funding 💰 • Tribal resilience podcast 🎙️ • Other project updates 🗞️

Climate action can be costly, but it doesn't have to be. Coordinating climate efforts, either with partners or across departments, can create efficiencies that turn climate change from a massive funding challenge to a substantial opportunity.

From making farmers more resilient, to coordinating investments across three municipalities, here are the resilience connections we've been making.

Project Roundup

Aquidneck Leadership Exchange

SNEP Network

In collaboration with the RI Infrastructure Bank, Team Throwe is leading an island-wide Climate Leadership Exchange with Newport, Middletown, and Portsmouth, RI to coordinate investments on climate.


National Financing Charrettes

Resilience Protection Frameworks

We're hosting a series of workshops with The Nature Conservancy in MD/DC to explore how to financially incentivize the adoption and implementation of Coastal Resilience Easements and Management Plans. Our final event is later this month.

Upper Basin Workshops

Long Island Sound Futures Fund

Throughout the spring, Team Throwe hosted 3 in-person workshops in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Connecticut to prepare potential applicants to submit a Long Island Sound Futures Fund proposal.


Updates & Announcements

CLIMATE POLICY INTERNSHIP — Team Throwe seeks a hardworking individual to support our climate resilience and sustainable finance projects. Learn more and apply by June 30.

ASAP HIRES EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – The American Society of Adaptation Professionals 

announced its new Executive Director, resilience expert Dr. Debra Butler. Congratulations!

COASTAL RESILIENCE JOBS – The National Fish & Wildlife Foundation Coastal Resilience team is hiring a Program Manager and Staff Scientist.

SMALL GRANTS FOR GREAT LAKES – GLISA's Small Grants Competition will award 2-year grants up to $30K for equitable climate adaptation in the Great Lakes. LOIs are due June 23.


In The Spotlight 💫

AQUINNAH, MA – The final episodes of Season 2 of The Leadership Exchange Podcast are here! Tune in to learn how the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) is confronting the impacts of climate change on housing and economic development, and what the Tribe's plans are to enhance its capacity to act on and invest in climate opportunities.


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