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Ebenbach Consulting LLC is a go-to resource for top-notch planning and policy writing, superb project management, engagement, and communications.
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Turks & Caicos National Physical Development Plan (2021)

Under contract with EDSA Fort Lauderdale, Ebenbach Consulting provided complete editorial review of the first major comprehensive planning document adopted in the Turks & Caicos Islands since 1987. 

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APA Climate Change Policy Guide (2021)

Karla Ebenbach, AICP served as contributing author to this new and timely  guide for professionals on how best to incorporate climate adaptation and mitigation practices into their practice of planning.  She was the primary contributor to the "Interwoven Equity" and "Responsible Regionalism" policy sections of the guide.

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RCAP Implementation Guidance Series:

Reducing Climate Risk and Creating Economic Opportunity


Regional Climate Action Plan (RCAP) Implementation Resource produced by the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact, 2016. This is a guidance document for local government about the current and future roles of the finance, insurance and building industries in addressing climate change.

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Elevating the Discussion About Rising Waters:

The Report and Recommendations of

The Delray Beach Rising Waters Task Force (RWTF)


A planning and environmental science document produced for the RWTF in April 2017. The report successfully brought to the fore the need for a climate vulnerability analysis in Delray Beach.  Today, the City participates in the Coastal Resilience Partnership, with funding from FDEP, and is included in a 10-municipality vulnerability assessment in Palm Beach County.

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Gentilly: Snapshot of a Sustainable Recovery

2018 APA National Planning Conference Session in New Orleans


Panel produced on behalf of the Sustainable Communities Division of the American Planning Association (APA), focusing on the unique, multi-partnered recovery effort in the Gentilly section of New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina in 2005.  In the early period following the disaster, community groups, planning and design professionals and academic leaders were instrumental in getting recovery and rebuilding underway.  Four of these individuals described how new green infrastructure, and food and housing resources were achieved, as well as how gentrification and capacity building challenges have been dealt with since.

* Representative projects of Ebenbach Consulting LLC and Karla Ebenbach AICP.