Climate Resilience for an Aging Nation with Danielle Arigoni: The Planning Commission Podcast

Author and livability expert Danielle Arigoni talks about her new book with the Planning Commission Podcast.

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January 8, 2024, 5:00 AM PST

By Don Kostelec


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We were thrilled to have Danielle join us to talk about our warming and unpredictable climate and how our nation is being affected—specifically older Americans. In Climate Resilience for an Aging Nation, community resilience and housing expert Danielle Arigoni argues that we cannot achieve true resilience until communities adopt interventions that work to meet the needs of their oldest residents. She explains that when we plan for those most impacted by climate and those with the greatest obstacles to opportunity and well-being, we improve conditions for all.

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