Long-Term Resiliency in the Face of Multiple Crises

As we have seen this year, an unplanned-for crisis can cause major disruption. Disasters - natural, manmade, industrial, and infectious - are constantly emerging around the world, sometimes striking the same communities already reeling from a prior crisis. Incorporating resiliency and adaptability into your strategic planning process can help mitigate this "layering" effect, giving your community the tools to prepare for and recover from disasters in their many forms. 

Additional disasters can disrupt the path a community is taking towards building back a thriving, resilient economy. Join us for an interactive workshop to learn how to keep your long-term economic resiliency plan on track even as you encounter unexpected challenges. 

By attending this workshop, you will:

- Gain advice from those who are further along on the long-term recovery path including those who have experienced multiple disasters
- Understand how to strategically plan for resilience and keep your long-term recovery roadmap on track
- Participate in an idea exchange with peers involved in long term recovery
10/16/2020 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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