Long-Term Disaster Recovery Plan Coming Together. All-hazard plan includes natural and manmade disasters and looks at rebuilding in Glynn County, Georgia.
Update: Managing Chaos; the Disaster Planner’s Handbook in Eight Parts (2013), by Mitch Stripling, City of NYC Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene. (21 pp). This is one of the most readable and practical documents on the topic that I have ever read. I recommend it highly. [The update provides the direct URL to the document and supporting references.]
[I think I got the citation from my fellow blogger Eric Holdeman, who wrote this posting last March. ]
Although intended for internal policy use by the American Planning Association, this 5-page paper titled Policy Paper: Hazard Mitigation provides a useful update on current concerns and unfinished business with respect to hazard mitigation.
New Report issued this week. See: Faithful Action; Working with Religious Groups in Disaster Planning, Response and Recovery.( Univ. of So. CA, November 2012.) 112 pp.
From the Natural Resources Defense Council, a useful national map and state by state details about water. See Ready or Not: How Water-Ready is Your State? April 8, 2012. From the report:
As climate change affects communities across the U.S., some states are leading the way in preparing for the impacts on water resources. These states are reducing carbon pollution and planning for climate change impacts. Yet many states are not acting and remain woefully unprepared.
Click on a state to find out what risks communities there may face and what the state is doing to prepare.
In a related newsclip, see this HuffPost article about the state of CA, which it says has done the most planning and should be in the best shape. April 8, 2012.
One more report re Sustainable Water and Environmental Management in CA was recently issued by the National Academy of Sciences.
When I have had the chance to read and analyze it, I will add comments.
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