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One year later: lessons from recovery after the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake

Source(s):  Heritage Foundation, the

Special report no 108, April 26, 2012:

This document presents the key lessons learned from a team of experts reassembled to evaluate Japan’s long-term efforts to recover from the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake and to prepare for future catastrophes. Based on extensive literature and interviews with Japanese officials and experts, it identifies four critical areas that affect response to a catastrophe: (i) recovery and resiliency of critical infrastructure, (ii) environmental remediation, (iii) compensation and disaster assistance, and (iv) population resiliency. In each area, it makes key observations, determines findings, and develops recommendations for learning from Japan’s experience.



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  • One year later: lessons from recovery after the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake
  • Publication date 2012
  • Number of pages 20 p.

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