Wielding the power of strategic narrative to overcome civilization's greatest challenges.
American Resilience Project’s power is our unique ability to bind influential policymakers, business leaders and citizens around common narratives for solving our toughest civilizational challenges, from grid modernization and coastal adaptation, to food security and carbon sequestration. From Arizona to Maine, Florida to Alaska, our work empowers citizens, legislators and business leaders to transcend the political divide in support of a more resilient and prosperous nation.
Joined by moderator Dr. Wes Herche (Senior Sustainability Scientist at Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability & Associate Director of Research and Global Security Initiative at ASU) and panelists Lt. General Norm Seip, U.S. Air Force (Ret.) and Kris Mayes (Former Commissioner of AZ Corporation Commission & current Professor of Practice, Utility Law & Policy, and Co-Director of the Energy Policy Innovation Council at ASU). The team is pictured here with our Executive Director, Roger Sorkin.
Tidewater New Hampshire Screening, August 2017
American Resilience Project Director with NH Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter at an August, 2017 screening of Tidewater.