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Regional Disaster Resilience: A Guide for Developing an Action Plan
James E. Hill (ed)
Provides a strategy to develop the level of preparedness necessary for communities to adequately deal with major disasters. Designed for use by gov’t., private-sector, & other org. with specific missions or vested interests in assuring that the regions in which they reside can withstand the effects of multi-hazards & respond & recover rapidly when disasters strike. Provides key definitions & a set of common assumptions that underpin regional disaster resilience. Using a simple, practical how-to approach, the guide lists 12 categories of typical “needs” gleaned from lessons learned from previous disasters -- natural & man-made. Recommends short-term, medium-term, & long-term activities to address these respective shortfalls.
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