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Guides to Expanding Mitigation

The Guides to Expanding Mitigation are part of a series designed to highlight innovative and emerging partnerships for mitigation. The booklets show how communities can better support hazard mitigation projects and planning by engaging other sectors; supporting FEMA's goal of building a culture of preparedness, as part of the agency's strategic plan.

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The following material is available for download.

Connecting Mitigation and Equity

Explore how mitigation can be more equitable by including insights from at-risk communities disproportionately impacted by disasters.

Connecting Mitigation and Electric Power

Learn how partnering with energy professionals can reduce future risk by reinforcing and reimagining electric power.

Connecting Mitigation and Municipal Financing

Explore how engaging community finance professionals can help develop funding strategies for mitigation investments.

Connecting Mitigation and Transportation

Learn how community officials and transportation professionals can work together to facilitate sustainable infrastructure investments and coordinate maintenance needs.

Connecting Mitigation and Public Health

Explore how community officials can collaborate with the public health sector to gain important insights on how mitigation investments can address public health goals.

Connecting Mitigation and Agriculture

Spark conversations about mitigation investments that can help increase the resiliency of agricultural sector.

Connecting Mitigation and Arts and Culture

Learn how engaging partners in the arts and culture sector can enhance the relevance of mitigation and help build knowledge and increase capacity of the entire community.

Last updated September 10, 2020