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American Institute of Architects (AIA) - Katrina Recovery Initiative
The AIA is developing an action plan to support those affected by the hurricanes. Links include resources, correspondence and news.

American Planning Association (APA) - Hurricane Katrina APA's response to the devastation from Hurricane Katrina. Includes the report from a volunteer team of planners assembled by APA who visited New Orleans in October to assess the city's needs for developing and implementing plans to guide redevelopment, policy and legislative issues.

Katrina Issues and the Aftermath – Brookings Institute
The Brookings Institution is a private nonprofit organization that conducts independent research and proposes policy solutions. The Institute tracks variables measuring post-Katrina reconstruction in its Katrina Index, which is available by subscription as a monthly update. Articles on rebuilding, emergency response, the pre-Katrina context of the area, and additional resource links are also provided.

Understanding The Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Our Cities
Over six months have passed since the tragic events brought on by Hurricane Katrina, and planning and development issues remain at the forefront of the national debate. This special section of the Planetizen website presents the most-read news articles about Katrina from their news archives. Also included are Op-Eds and Features, links to a Hurricane Katrina forum and writings that address the major issues that have emerged in the last half-year and analyze the impact of Katrina on planning.

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06/15/2012 - 16:32
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