Community Resilience in the Face of Disaster: A Case Study from Boulder, Colorado

Comparative study to look at issues in preparedness raised in context of response to Colorado floods in the US in September 2013 and how those issues relate to resilience needs identified in other countries particularly South Asia and Southeast Asia.

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