Multi-Hazard Resilience Planning

Multi-Hazard Resilience Planning

Multi-Hazard Resilience Planning

02/18/20

“How can resilience planners prepare for multiple effects?”

 

Climate change is exacerbating more than just a single disaster per zone. In many locations, multiple hazards are occurring at the same time. For example, in the San Francisco Bay Area not only are wildfires becoming more frequent and powerful but coastal flooding is also growing day by day. Because of this, resilience professions will have to prepare for all of these using Multi-Hazard Resilience Planning, in which every single piece that can go wrong will be taken into account. 

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