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Social Capital in Disaster Mitigation and Recovery
Updated: Feb 28, 2018 Laura E30
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Social Capital in Disaster Mitigation and Recovery
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"In this FEMA PrepTalk, Dr. Daniel Aldrich explains how social ties are the critical aspect of resilience in immediate survival, in mental health, and in community recovery.

Despite common assumptions that money, governance, level of damage, and inequality are the most important determinants of recovery, Aldrich demonstrates that “disaster resilience comes from internal factors: How connected are we? How much trust do we have in each other? How often do we work together?”

Use the link to view the 20 minute video.

More Info:
https://www.fema.gov/preptalks/aldrich
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