Sustainable and Resilient Remediation
Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) guidelines for GSR regarding oil cleanup. Provides overview of core elements, BMPs, and links/resources.
Encourages incorporation of green and sustainable remediation principles and practices into the assessment and cleanup of leaking petroleum storage tanks. OPS offers a checklist of green BMPs intended to aid responsible parties and consultants in the preparation of corrective action plans.
University of Maryland Center for Integrative Environmental Research Report.
The Colorado Department of Local Affairs Colorado Resiliency Office supports and helps empower Colorado communities in building stronger, safer and more resilient in the face of natural disasters and other major challenges. The CRO coordinates overarching recovery and resiliency activities by collaborating with numerous multi-disciplinary local, state, federal, and private partners in setting priorities, leveraging resources, communicating transparently and delivering measurable results to shape an adaptable and vibrant future.
This resource page is dedicated to providing information, how-to guides, and best practices for how Colorado’s communities can become more resilient by reducing risks to hazards and preparing for and recovering from natural disasters.
The Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Program’s Resilience Planning has completed the expenditure of over $15,200,000 in disaster recovery funds through the end of 2018. With the assistance of grantees, 90 projects have been or will soon be completed across communities, coalitions and counties impacted by the declared disasters of 2012 and 2013.
Methods to mitigate flows in channels are discussed.
This is a one-hour webinar on land use planning to increase wildland fire resilience.