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Urban planning for disaster recovery / edited by Alan March, Maria Kornakova,

Contributor(s): March, Alan | Kornakova, Maria.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: UK: Butterworth-heinemann, c2017Description: xv, 257 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0128042761; 9780128042762.Subject(s): City planning | Emergency managementDDC classification: 307.1216
Contents:
Integration and collective actions: studies of urban planning and recovery after disasters -- Urban planning and recovery governance -- Equity in recovery -- When systems break down: the role of international aid and humanitarian response in disaster recovery -- Rebuilding or repositioning: lessons for Sandy, New Orleans, and elsewhere -- Finance, insurance, and facilitation of recovery: should the role and responsibility assigned to government be to assert control over long-term planning? -- From recovery to prevention: the Swiss avalanche program -- Reconstruction of informality: can formal reconstruction re-create informality? -- Reconstructing vulnerability after the 2013 European floods: oil damage and recovery -- The opportunity for improved regulations after the 2009 Victorian wildfires in Australia -- Toward sustainable disaster recovery by seeing it as "more than a roof overhead" -- Resilient housing reconstruction in the developing world -- Ten years of great love: the evolution of housing reconstruction in Banda Aceh, Indonesia -- Community-driven change -- Planning for recovery: ideas and problematics.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Integration and collective actions: studies of urban planning and recovery after disasters -- Urban planning and recovery governance -- Equity in recovery -- When systems break down: the role of international aid and humanitarian response in disaster recovery -- Rebuilding or repositioning: lessons for Sandy, New Orleans, and elsewhere -- Finance, insurance, and facilitation of recovery: should the role and responsibility assigned to government be to assert control over long-term planning? -- From recovery to prevention: the Swiss avalanche program -- Reconstruction of informality: can formal reconstruction re-create informality? -- Reconstructing vulnerability after the 2013 European floods: oil damage and recovery -- The opportunity for improved regulations after the 2009 Victorian wildfires in Australia -- Toward sustainable disaster recovery by seeing it as "more than a roof overhead" -- Resilient housing reconstruction in the developing world -- Ten years of great love: the evolution of housing reconstruction in Banda Aceh, Indonesia -- Community-driven change -- Planning for recovery: ideas and problematics.

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