Susan L. Cutter, Ph.D.
January 23, 2013
Webinar Recording (WMV) This is a large file and requires Windows Media Player or Windows Media Components for QuickTime, or a similar product to view.
Webinar Recording (MP4)
Audio Podcast (MP3)
Transcript (MS Word)
Related Web Resources:
Disaster Resilience: A National Imperative, National Academies Press
August 2012 Press Release
Disaster Resilience in America Website
Hazards and Vulnerability Research Institute
|24 Ratings Submitted|
|2 (9%)||Academia 5 (22%)|
|13 (57%)||Business 3 (13%)|
|7 (30%)||Government 8 (35%)|
|1 (4%)||Volunteers 3 (13%)|
|0 (0%)||Other 4 (17%)|
"It is good that we are finally talking about a national goal which may be able to get the various agencies talking and working in one direction."
"I look forward to reading the review and looking at how this can be applied in our Canadian context."
Lise Anne Pierce
Canadian Red Cross
"Great Topic! And thanks for the frank comments about how politics and the economy has affected our resilency position."
LW Abel [K7LWA]
"These are only recommendations. There is nothing behind them to evoke the needed changes. I fully agree with the idea, but I see more work and money spent identifying this problem when these resources should be used making the change."
"Great overview of Resiliency Report. PPD-8 is certainly a step in the right direction. It will be interesting to see the increased focused on disaster resilient communities, especially as a result of Hurricane Sandy and the President's new agenda on Climate Change."
Broward County Emergency Management
Dr. Susan Cutter is a Carolina
Distinguished Professor of Geography at the University of South
Carolina. She is also the Director of the Hazards Research Lab, a
research and training center that integrates geographical information
processing techniques with hazards analysis and management. She is the
co-founding editor of an interdisciplinary journal, Environmental Hazards, published by Elsevier.