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Protecting Our Business and Our Communities against the Impacts of Climate Change


We know keeping our network and operations up and running is critical for the millions of people who rely on the connectivity we provide. With increasing regularity, our network is tested by climate-related weather events and natural disasters, which is why it is important we ensure its resilience in the face of climate-related risks. We’re assessing, managing, and reducing the potential impact and magnitude of physical climate risks on our operations to make sure we can be there for our customers and our communities.

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Pioneering an Approach for a More Resilient Network

Working with USDEANL, we were able to capture best in class climate data which helps us predict how climate changes will affect our network and operations up to 30 years in the future, and down to the neighborhood level. 

Instead of just looking at forward looking forecasts or back on historical trends, this predictive data visualization helps us anticipate, prepare for and adapt to a changing climate.

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Building Community Resilience


We’ve made the rich climate datasets powering our tool available to the public so others can assess their vulnerability and build resilience. By sharing the climate data, we hope to spur action and innovation to help communities better understand and address the long-term impacts of climate change locally.

Climate Risk and Resilience Portal (ClimRR)

AT&T teamed up with Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) and US Department of Energy Argonne National Laboratory (USDEANL) to develop the Climate Risk and Resilience Portal (ClimRR). ClimRR is a free, web-based tool that supplies high-quality, high-resolution, and actionable climate projections for the continental United States. With community, demographic and infrastructure data, ClimRR lets users to visualize local climate impacts decades into the future.

Collaborating for Community Resilience


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