Definition of resiliency
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In South Florida, a withdrawal from the plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions could leave city and state governments on their own as their communities flood, said Jennifer Jurado, chief climate resiliency officer for Broward County.
Still, there have been some changes in the market in recent years that may account for what even pessimistic analysts consider its remarkable resiliency.
New Jersey has funded some smaller resiliency projects in areas including back bays, but none was designed specifically for flood control.
Winners were chosen based on their dedication to helping others and resiliency in the face of tough circumstances.
What makes Asimov's robots stand out, even today, is the resiliency of his imagination.
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