Post-Disaster Recovery Planning in Florida: A Resilient Solution to Counteract Reactive Federal Policy.

Frank, Adam.


  • Abstract: The opportunity to renew and rebuild after a disaster creates a potential to update and improve on previous infrastructure. This thesis will look at resiliency, the ability to withstand a devastating event by bending, but not breaking, as an ultimate goal for recovery planning. Current federal policy does not encourage recovery in a resilient way, an unintentional result of the five ... read more
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