“Look for the Helpers”: The Living Cully Partnership

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The impacts of Living Cully’s work reflect the recurring theme that strong partnerships and effective community engagement are key strategies to addressing the impacts of gentrification and anti-displacement – a theme I’ve uncovered again and again during my research.

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Intention and Attention: Urban Waters Revitalization and Anti-Displacement Strategies

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This year, we are digging deeper into a topic that has been a concern of UWLN members for years: the gentrification and displacement of people that we see taking place in our urban communities, typically following efforts to revitalize and reinvest in the places we call home. This reinvestment can come in the form of the projects we pursue as part of our urban waters work.

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Social Infrastructure is Key to Building Resilient Communities: Insights from Ingrid Vila on the Puerto Rico Experience

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Much of the world’s population lives in coastal regions that are vulnerable to rising sea level and storm events.  After the impactful 2017 hurricane season, many urban waters practitioners are asking:   How do communities effectively respond to devastating storms?  And, … Continued

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