Other Ways to Engage in Sustainable Resilience at Home
- Investigate your favorite clothing and product manufacturers. Many companies offer lines of products – from food to clothing – that are made using renewable energy and sustainable and recycled sources. Support the manufacturers who do.
- TDEC’s Tennessee Green Star Partnership (TGSP) recognizes Tennessee manufacturers who meet high standards. TGSP members are committed to sustainable practices and continuous improvement throughout their entire operation.
- The Tennessee Department of Health has developed a website dedicated to resilience and the impacts of climate change on public health. This website provides educational information, links to resources from the Centers for Disease Control’s Building Resilience Against Climate Effects (BRACE) program, identifies ways individuals can take action, and extensive resources regarding resilience and climate change.
- RAND Corporation’s Building Older Adults’ Resilience by Bridging Public Health and Aging-in-Place Efforts is a free toolkit that supports communities and community members in improving the resilience of older adults to disasters.