Planning for a Sustainable Future: the Link Between Hazard Mitigation and Livability

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“Planning for a Sustainable Future: The Link Between Hazard Mitigation and Livability” (FEMA 364) illustrates how communities, whether planning for hazard mitigation before a disaster or initiating recovery planning after a disaster, can integrate the concepts and principles of sustainable development into each phase of mitigation planning. FEMA 364 also shows how disaster resistance can be a catalyst to help communities incorporate sustainable development practices into their day-to-day planning and development functions. Finally, FEMA 364 gives real-life examples of communities that have successfully implemented sustainable development practices in their community and describes how citizens and local officials can become advocates for disaster resistance as a part of sustainable development and livability in their communities.
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5.62MSeptember 1, 2000
Icon for file of type application/pdfFEMA 364 Closing - Chapter / Section Number: 8
1.80MSeptember 1, 2000
Icon for file of type application/pdfFEMA 364 Introduction - Chapter / Section Number: 1
1.30MSeptember 1, 2000
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444.48KSeptember 1, 2000
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701.21KSeptember 1, 2000
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413.88KSeptember 1, 2000
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263.02KSeptember 1, 2000
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386.98KSeptember 1, 2000
Planning for a Sustainable Future: the Link Between Hazard Mitigation and Livability
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386.66KSeptember 1, 2000
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