Community Resilience: case studies from the Canterbury earthquakes

Tephra is published by the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management to raise awareness and understanding of the major hazards faced in New Zealand. This edition draws on the experiences of communities impacted by the Canterbury earthquakes and how communities saw the response to their situation. While largely developed from the perspective of the emergency management sector, the concepts and models provided are also applicable to other sectors.  

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