Everyone in Puerto Rico wants a better quality of life for themselves and their children. For many, that includes more resilient infrastructure, continued cleanup, and reconstruction after the September 2017 hurricanes. Puerto Rico’s economic insolvency makes these matters all the more challenging as financial tools and knowhow can be as scarce as clean water. Almost five months after the climate disasters, hundreds of thousands of homes are still without basic utilities. To fill the void, the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR), along with local and national partners, set out to create an action plan to answer critical questions about infrastructure financing, especially for the PR127 Corridor.