Episode: Planning for Post Disaster: The Patchwork Quilt - An Interview with Edward Thomas and Alessandra Jerolleman


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Planning for Post Disaster: The Patchwork Quilt - An Interview with Edward Thomas and Alessandra Jerolleman

Symposium on Planning for Post-Disaster Recovery

On February 10–11, 2011, the American Planning Association hosted a scoping symposium in its Chicago office to explore a number of essential issues in guiding the Planning for Post-Disaster Recovery: Next Generation project as it moves forward. Invited participants focused on helping APA to define the appropriate audiences and central issues for the project, delineate the guiding principles in planning for post-disaster recovery, refine the outline for the PAS Report, and identify criteria for best practices and potential case examples to study.



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