Difficult to realize that it's already come to this ... but ASLA has just released an online guide to resilient design, ie, designs that can help towns and cities threatened by climate change protect themselves with careful planning.
The photo of a mangrove forest is one solution to protect shorelines from damaging storms.
The guide indeed covers all the bases: floods, fires, extreme heat, drought and landslides. Hundreds of case studies are included, from small scale projects to larger ones that involve entire communities. The main objective is to work with nature instead of against it in order to reduce risk and to recover in the event of a natural disaster. Well worth everyone's time to take a long look.