Arizona has not developed a statewide adaptation plan. Other resources from the Adaptation Clearinghouse, which have been developed by the state and localities to help communities prepare for climate change, are highlighted below.
The Georgetown Climate Center’s State Adaptation Progress Tracker, which tracks the progress states are making in preparing for the impacts of climate change, was supported by the MacArthur Foundation.
|Resource Name||Sector(s) Covered||Date|
|Arizona Climate and Health Adaptation Plan 2017||Public health||April 2017|
|Arizona DOT Resilience Pilot Program||Emergency preparedness, Transportation||August 2015|
|Arizona Extreme Weather, Climate and Health Profile Report||Public health, Frontline Communities||March 2015|
|Preliminary Study of Climate Adaptation for the Statewide Transportation System in Arizona||Emergency preparedness, Land use and built environment, Transportation||March 2013|
|Arizona Wildlife Action Plan 2012-2022||Biodiversity and ecosystems, Wildlife||May 16, 2012|
|City of Phoenix, Arizona Tree and Shade Master Plan||2010|
|City of Tucson, Arizona 2008 Update to Water Plan: 2000-2050||2008|
|City of Tucson, Arizona Framework for Advancing Sustainability||2008|
|Resource Name||Resource Category||Date|
|Arizona DOT Resilience Pilot Program||Data and tools||August 2015|
|City of Flagstaff, Arizona Resiliency and Preparedness Study||Assessments||September 2012|