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Community and Regional Resilience Institute
Louisiana Office of Community Development
Mary Queen Of Vietnam Community Development Corporation
Surprising as it might seem, many community organizations that provide everyday assistance to
others aren’t prepared to fall on hard times themselves. When faced with disaster, how can community aid
organizational preparedness for disaster in a webinar aimed at community-based organizations and
Corporation for National and Community Service and HandsOn Network, is free. For more information and to
The American Bar Association Takes a Stand
woven from many different strands of community involvement—local planners, lawmakers, private
build resilience into community plans and projects. Recently, however, the American Bar Association
property rights, protecting the environment, and looking out for citizen interests.
“A robust community
resilience program represents the interests of the entire community and is contingent upon the
ongoing collaboration of civic leaders, key public and private sector stakeholders, and community
small businesses can engage in resilience planning.
Community Resilience: Modeling
, Field Studies, and Implementation
April 27, 2017, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. MDT
Center for Risk-Based Community
discuss work being done by the Center for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning at Colorado State
theory behind six recent publications on the virtual community called Centerville, and a demonstration of
the center’s IN-CORE (Interdependent Connected Modeling Environment for Community Resilience) project.
More webinars and training...
Documenting and Modeling Community Recovery
Center for Risk-Based Community Resilience
focus on how research at the Center for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning—a National Institute
of Standards and Technology Center of Excellence—is working to improve models of community recovery
at the community level before a disaster hits.
Tribal Public Health Emergency Law
Building Grants on the topic of enhancing community networks that improve coastal environments
, health, and well-being. The program supports projects conducted by community or regionally focused
organizations that advance understanding of how science can serve community needs.
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Reception and Open Discussion with the Research Community
Wed. 5:45 to 8:00 p.m., Lobby Court