Monday, March 13, 2006

Rationale for Community-Based Participatory Process of Disaster Recovery

The Natural Hazards Center at the University of Colorado has produced an excellent resource on Holistic Disaster Recovery for use by all citizens, community-based organizations, and government leaders interested in Building Local Sustainability After a Natural Disaster. This publication gives explicit attention to:

--Engaging Participatory Processes in Disaster Recovery, with emphasis on:
--Using Disaster Recovery to Maintain and Enhance Quality of Life
--Building Economic Vitality into Recovery
--Promoting Social and Intergenerational Equity During Disaster Recovery, and
--Protecting Environmental Quality During Disaster Recovery.

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