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Improve resilience, emergency planning, and citizen engagement


Public Sector

Local, regional, and national government entities, from municipalities, counties, and states to huge and essential cabinet-level organizations, need a superior understanding of potential climate risk for emergency response planning, resilience engineering, post-event recovery operations, and other potentially life-saving functions. Jupiter offers both portfolio-level analyses of climate risk, and very-high-resolution assessments of risk to specific neighborhoods, buildings, and assets from flooding, heat, wind, and fire.


Use Cases

Risk identification

  • Develop detailed vulnerability assessments to project the true physical risk to climate perils at both macro and micro levels

Citizen communication and engagement

  • Create two-way dialogues among key constituencies that inform and improve emergency preparedness and response plans

Risk and resiliency planning

  • Develop superior emergency response plans to improve public safety, public health, and overall resilience
  • Improve development and redevelopment planning, locating key infrastructure in areas less prone to physical risk from climate change
  • Examine and, where needed, change critical infrastructure design specifications
  • Allocate capital for high priority resilience initiatives

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Additional resources

Partnership to advance ecosystem models, water level predictions

Jupiter Accelerates U.S. Federal Government Initiatives

Jupiter responds to the DOE's RFI on “Formula Grants to States and Indian Tribes for Preventing Outages and Enhancing the Resilience of the Electric Grid.”

National Security Use Case

The Danger in Relying on FEMA Flood Maps for Risk Management

Jupiter CEO testifies before the Subcommittee on Environment of the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology

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