The Federal Energy Management Program’s Technical Resilience Navigator (TRN) helps organizations manage risk to critical missions from disruptions in energy and water services. It provides a systematic approach to identifying energy and water resiliency gaps and supports the development and prioritization of solutions that reduce risk.
The third edition of the CHPS Core Criteria features six new credits, including: Energy Resiliency, Design for Adaptation & Resilience, and Low/Zero Carbon Schools. An emphasis on climate resilience and adaptability has been added throughout.
LEED pilot credits to encourage designers, planners and building owners/operators to proactively plan before design commences for the potential impacts of natural disasters or disturbances as well as address issues that impact long-term building performance such as changing climate conditions.