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Economic Resilience
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Creating Stronger Communities
HUD's National Disaster Resilience Competition is helping communities to become more resilient against the realities of climate change.
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White House and HUD Expand Solar for Low Income Housing

HUD's PDAS Tregoning joins Congressman Cummings, Baltimore Mayor Rawlings-Blake, and Obama Advisor Deese to announce new effort
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HUD Releases Environmental Justice Progress Report

The 2014 Implementation Progress Report details the strides HUD has made in advancing the goals of HUD's EJ Strategy.
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What We Do

The Office of Economic Resilience (OER) helps communities and regions build diverse, prosperous, resilient economies. OER manages a cross-cutting portfolio of work broadly organized in three primary topic areas as shown below: Resilience, Place-Based, and Energy Efficiency and Green Building. Many of our programs span more than one issue and support inter-agency collaboration.