New Approaches to Preparing for and Recovering From Natural Disasters

New Orleans residents push a small boat and a bicycle through floodwaters in the Ninth Ward, New Orleans, La., Sept. 5, 2005 (AP photo by Dave Martin).
New Orleans residents push a small boat and a bicycle through floodwaters in the Ninth Ward, New Orleans, La., Sept. 5, 2005 (AP photo by Dave Martin).
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In this week’s Trend Lines podcast, WPR’s editor-in-chief, Judah Grunstein, and host Peter Dörrie discuss the challenges of building sustainable peace in former conflict zones. For the Report, Ilan Noy joins us to talk about preparing for and recovering from natural disasters. Listen:Download: MP3Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Relevant Articles on WPR: Why This Time’s Different for the Border Clashes Between Ethiopia and Eritrea A Year After Algiers Accord, Flexibility Is the Key to Durable Peace in Mali Instability the Norm in Central African Republic as Rebel Violence Surges New Ways of Defining Success in Post-Disaster Recovery Trend Lines is produced, […]

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