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Campaign: Mitigation Investment for the Nation

iteractive Emergency Preparedness Network

The iEPN Empowering Children and Strengthening Resiliency – The iEPN is a youth-centered participatory tool for disaster climate adaptation and disaster risk reduction. The interactive Emergency Preparedness Network, according to Kevin Smith Director of the Salvation Army Emergency Services, Southeast Division State of Florida, recently retired Wayne Sallade Senior Director of Emergency Management Charlotte County Florida, ...more »

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Campaign: Mitigation Investment for the Nation

Incentivizing Disaster Preparedness, Kenneth Knox, M.A.

Given that there is a substantial relationship between disaster preparedness and the ability to mitigate loss of life, the pursuit of increased preparedness by the American public is a worthwhile goal. Because the public has a propensity to wait for some form of warning of a disaster before they begin to prepare for it, they are vulnerable to disaster. Strategic use of incentives in the form of tax credits, deductions ...more »

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Campaign: Mitigation Investment for the Nation

Civilan workforce deployment through Federal Enterprise Centers

Growing congestion, extended commutes and increased reliance on transportation in rapidly growing extended metropolitan areas represents potentially one of the greatest vulnerabilities to respond to emergencies. It is the 'displacement' of tens or hundreds of thousands of civilian workers from their home communities. In a times of crisis, evacuations are the most costly aspects of response. Add to a crisis situation ...more »

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You May Also E-Mail Comments Directly to fema-nmis@fema.dhs.gov

Below are topics of interest for which we would like to generate dialogue: 1) Resilient Built Environment 2) Coordination of Disaster Risk Management among Federal, State, Local, Tribal, Territorial, and Private Entities 3) State, Local, Tribal and Territorial Governments Sharing Fiscal Responsibility for Risk 4) Reduction with the Federal Government 5) Private Sector Involvement in Resilience Finance 6) Provision of ...more »

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