FEMA Media Library

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2022 RNPN Kickoff Recap

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Insights and Reflections: February Ideation Hour

The RNPN and the Department of Homeland Security Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships hosted the February Ideation Hour. The gathering explored how to strengthen climate equity for the Whole Community. The virtual event included discussions on promoting climate resilience through youth engagement; building climate literacy (where do we start?); fostering resilience at the neighborhood level; and building equity into mitigation actions

Picture of wetlands. Text reads Nature-Based Solutions, Incorporated in Mitigation, 2022.
Naure-Based Solutions Webinar

Picture of a flooded populated area. Text reads Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP), Program Overview, 2022.
HMGP Webinar

Picture of a construction site with apartment buildings. Text reads Cost Estimation, Reviewing Cost Estimates for HMA Grant Applications, May 2022.
Cost Estimation Webinar

Picture of a bridge. Text reads Benefit-Cost Analysis 101, Introduction to Information Needed to Complete a BCA and Potential Sources of Documentation, 2022.
BCA Webinar

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Guide for Constructing WEA and EAS Messages

Research shows the public is more responsive to clear messages that are free of jargon and use plain language. An effective warning message includes sufficient information to validate the public's risk and spur them to take appropriate action. To help ensure that warning messages are effective, they must include and clearly address the following: Source, Threat, Location, Guidance/Time, Expiration Time.

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Add a Repetitive Loss Provision to Local Floodplain Management Regulations

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Technical Bulletin 7, Wet Floodproofing Requirements and Limitations

Provides guidance on the NFIP regulations concerning wet floodproofing of certain types of structures located in Zones A, AE, A1-A30, AR, AO, and AH.

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Updates to the Technical Bulletins Fact Sheet

The Bulletins are changing to modernize and streamline their content and presentation, incorporate relevant information from the latest I-Codes and ASCE Standards, provide updated guidance and best practices observed from post-disaster assessments and address known issues identified by a wide range of stakeholders. These changes intended to improve the TBs’ usability, credibility, and content while presenting them in a streamlined format.