Get creative with our new coloring page on community resilience

NOAA's Community Resilience Education Theory of Change strives to provide a framework for how K-12 formal and informal education projects are critical to building community resilience against extreme weather, climate change, and other environmental hazards. With this new coloring page, you can explore some of the ways communities can become more resilient.

Line art illustration of the NOAA Environmental Literacy Program's Vision of A Resilient Community depicting a city along a coast and river. For an accessible version, please explore the PDF found at: https://www.noaa.gov/education/multimedia/photos-images/community-resilience-coloring-page
A coloring page from the NOAA Environmental Literacy Program's Vision of A Resilient Community depicting a city along a coast and river with a selection of resilient activities that can be present in a community. (NOAA Office of Education & Jessica B. Bartram)

 

Download the coloring page in following formats:

  • PDF formatted for 11" x 17" paper or digital use.
  • PDF formatted for two pages printed on 8.5" x 11" paper.
  • JPEG formatted for 11" x 17" paper.
  • JPEGs (page 1, page 2) formatted for two pages printed on 8.5" x 11" paper.