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Claire B. Rubin has 38 years of experience as a researcher, consultant, and educator in the fields of emergency management and homeland security.
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Tag Archives: resilience
There are so many articles about the Katrina anniversary, it is hard to know which to pay attention to. Two articles dealing with long-term aspects and resilience in particular are as follows: We’re still not ready for another Hurricane Katrina; … Continue reading
Many thanks to Arthur Felts for his kind comments about me, in connection with a conference session on resilience at the Hazards Conference in Colorado last month. See his August 13 post at the CARRI resilience project website. (See also … Continue reading
Fellow bloggers who contribute to HomelandSecurityWatch.com have started a lively debate about resilience and also social capital. See new post for June 24 for its continuation. Another thoughtful addition to the discussion was posted there on June 25th. And you … Continue reading
A useful new report titled Community Resilience: A function of resources and adaptability, from Syracuse University. June 2010. This 15 page report is a breath of fresh air — a clearly written, readily understandable account of resilience and its application … Continue reading