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Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW): Home

Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW)

Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW)

The Eastham Library as a Climate Resilience Hub

As climate change makes extreme weather worse and less predictable, emergency services are and will be increasingly overstretched. The Climate Resilience Hub Program provides relief by empowering local institutions to better prepare community members for what is coming and ideally share the work on behalf of their communities. CREW’s Hubs hope to make communities more resilient by connecting the power of local networks with emergency management structures, technological support, and informational resources. A key part of community resilience is social resilience, which hubs help build through conversations, connections, and cultivation of trust within their community.

Drought Preparation

Family Emergency Planning

Mental Health & Climate Change

Ticks Preparation

Wildfire Preparation

Earthquake Preparation

Extreme Heat Preparation

Flood Preparation

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Nor'Easter Preparation

Tornado Preparation

Outreach Librarian

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Marianne Sinopoli
Contact:
190 Samoset Road
Eastham, MA 02642
(508) 240-5950 x3132
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Extreme Weather Preparation

Hurricane Preparedness

People with Disabilities & Extreme Weather Preparedness

Seniors Staying Safe in Extreme Weather

Tsunami Preparation

Winter Storm Preparation