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- Identify subject matter experts and key stakeholders during the initial stages of energy and water security planning.
- Learn to translate the language used in executive orders and state regulations into a call to action everyone can understand and support.
- Learn how meaningful data can keep leadership abreast of your organization's progress in achieving its energy and water goals.
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Learn to translate the language of energy and water security plans and legislation into a call to action that everyone can understand and support. With a clear planning process, planners can identify subject matter experts, use data to identify those without access to energy and water, highlight programs and projects that ensure equitable and effective provision of vital resources, and keep leadership abreast of progress towards resiliency goals. Identify potential solutions based on need, create a call to action that conveys the necessity and practicality of proactive resiliency planning, and have a meaningful impact on energy and water security in your community.
Inclusivity and equitable community planning can be advanced by providing a clear planning process for ensuring stakeholders are engaged early and often, extrapolating meaningful data, and identifying projects that ensure vital resources are provided equitably.