The Community and Economic Development team at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is gathering perspectives from professionals who work with lower-to-moderate income communities. The team recently wrote a blog [atlantafed.org] to highlight the potential implications of weather-related disaster risk to financial stability and inclusion for people and places across the Southeast. The Atlanta Fed is taking the next step to understand the potential implications and needs your help.
The survey gauges perceived weather-related economic risks to underserved communities and the adaption and resilience activities that aim to address that risk. Since your work touches on topics such as workforce development, resilience, mobility, housing and neighborhoods, small business, or community development finance – you are invited to take this survey!
The survey will be open until August 12, 2023 and results will be shared once they are available.
Click here to take the survey.