In a continuous effort towards a stronger New Jersey, Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order No. 89 on October 29, 2019 appointing Chief Resilience Officer, Dave Rosenblatt, and establishing a Climate and Flood Resilience Program within DEP. Further, it establishes an Interagency Council on Climate Resilience to develop a Statewide Climate Change Resilience Strategy to promote the long-term mitigation, adaptation and resilience of New Jersey’s economy, communities, infrastructure and natural resources.
Learn who the Interagency Council is and why they were established.Read more
Learn how the State will promote long-term mitigation, adaptation and resilience throughout NJRead more
Over the coming years, the State of New Jersey will release a series of Resilience Action Plans, developed by the Interagency Council on Climate Resilience.Read more
There are many online tools and resources available to help you better understand, visualize, and reduce the risk.Read more
Get information about the impacts of sea-level rise and actions New Jersey can take to plan, mitigate, and adapt.Read more
Improve the practice of climate resilience planning.Read more
On Earth Day, Murphy Administration Releases State's First Climate Change Resilience StrategyRead more
The Climate Resilience for NJ email list creates an opportunity for interested stakeholders to stay informed throughout the development and progression of State actions as directed in EO 89.