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Herald 33
2022
IRP Herald Volume 33 is the knowledge report for the International Recovery Forum 2022: Redesigning Systems for Resilience through Recovery: Assessing Progress and the Unfinished Agenda at the Midpoint of the Sendai Framework.
International Recovery Platform
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2022
This report identifies ways for the BRIC program to develop a multihazard, forward-looking, risk-based approach to mitigation that also incorporates issues of equity and community well-being in its application and evaluation processes.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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2022
This study investigated the impact of COVID-19 on disaster recovery from various types of hazards, with regard to preparedness, evacuation, early recovery, awareness and knowledge of different types of hazards.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (Elsevier)
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2021
According to the authors there is now an urgent need to revitalize public health in general and environmental public health in particular to recover from COVID-19 and beyond.
Environmental Science & Technology Letters (ACS)
Disaster resiliency and recovery resources- A guide for rural communities
USDA Rural Development (RD) developed this guide as a resource for rural communities seeking disaster resiliency and recovery assistance.
United States Department of Agriculture
Every 10 years, NOAA releases an analysis of U.S. weather of the past three decades that calculates average values for temperature, rainfall and other conditions. That time has come again. Known as the U.S. Climate Normals, these 30-year averages — now
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
2021

This week’s Manchester Briefing (Issue 40) launches the University of Manchester searchable database of international lessons on Recovery and Renewal. The new database offers a searchable function for all of the 575 individual lessons that have been

University of Manchester
2020

This paper provides an accounting of where and when mitigation and recovery investments have occurred in Louisiana, thereby generating a mitigation investment portfolio for the state.

An exploratory data analysis of FEMA OpenData sets, supplemented by

American Society of Civil Engineers
2021
California must comprehensively reshape how we rebuild after wildfires—or risk an unthinkable surge in costs and major setbacks to the state’s housing supply amidst a record housing crisis. That’s the finding of Rebuilding for a Resilient Recovery: Planning in California's Wildland Urban Interface, released today from researchers at the UC Berkeley Center for Community Innovation and non-partisan, non-profit think tank Next 10.
Next10
2021

The focus of this week’s Manchester Briefing (Issue 38) is the role of the individual in relation to crises and the benefits of public involvement in emergency planning. We discuss how recovery reinstates preparedness, while renewal enhances resilience

University of Manchester