Webinar Recording and Slides: “Building Economic Resilience in Your Community: Linking Economic Development and Hazard Mitigation Planning”
Hazard mitigation and economic development activities are both critical to the long-term prosperity of regions and communities, but they are often conducted separately. As a
Building Economic Resilience in the Kerr-Tar Region: Recommendations for Linking Comprehensive Economic Development Strategies and Hazard Mitigation Plans
Hazard mitigation and economic development activities—both critical to the long-term prosperity of regions and communities across the country—are often conducted separately. As a result, hazard
This case study series highlights how regional development organizations have used 2008 disaster recovery funds from EDA to address the impacts of natural disasters, become more resilient to future events, and increase long-term economic competitiveness and quality of life in their regions.
This case study is part of a series produced by the NADO Research Foundation exploring how regional development organizations1 have addressed the impacts of natural disasters, built
The newest installment of our Lessons from the Storm case study series describes how the Houston-Galveston Area Council used federal post-disaster funding to position the region for recovery and long-term growth through critical infrastructure investments and support for small businesses.
Webinar Recording and Slides: The National Flood Insurance Program Community Rating System: An Introduction and Discussion of the RDO Role
Did you know that municipalities can get discounted flood insurance premiums for their residents when they implement public education, mapping, regulatory, and other strategies to
It has often been said that the impacts of natural disasters do not stop at jurisdictional boundaries, and recent events across the U.S. have certainly
Strengthening Regional Economic Resilience through Business Continuity Planning: Webinar Available for Download
[Click here to download the webinar slides as a PDF.] The ability of businesses to withstand natural disasters is essential for the recovery and resilience of communities
On June 4, 2014, the NADO Research Foundation, the Rural Policy Research Institute (RUPRI), and the Northwest Georgia Regional Commission (NWGRC) came together to host