MMI’s David Murphy & Noah Slovin are MVP Certified

Oct 16, 2018
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The Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness grant program (MVP) uses a unique community-driven process to promote climate change resiliency in Massachusetts cities and towns. The state provides funding to communities to complete vulnerability assessments and develop suites of top-priority resiliency actions. Communities that complete MVP planning projects become certified as MVP communities and are eligible for MVP Action grants and other opportunities.

David Murphy and Noah Slovin participated in training workshops this past summer to use the Community Resilience Building Framework to facilitate MVP planning activities. As MVP certified providers, they are now pre-approved to assist municipalities through the MVP process.