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by Robert B. Olshansky,Laurie Johnson

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  • ISBN 1932364803
  • ISBN13 978-1932364804
  • Language English
  • Author Robert B. Olshansky,Laurie Johnson
  • Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (April 3, 2010)
  • Pages 304
  • Formats txt rtf lit azw
  • Category History
  • Subcategory Americas
  • Size ePub 1278 kb
  • Size Fb2 1437 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
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by Robert B. Olshansky (Author), Laurie Johnson (Author). This invaluable book belies its title because Clear as Mud deftly clarifies the complexity of the multiple planning processes in post-Katrina New Orleans

by Robert B. ISBN-13: 978-1932364804. This invaluable book belies its title because Clear as Mud deftly clarifies the complexity of the multiple planning processes in post-Katrina New Orleans. Ultimately, this book is an affirmation of the need and possibility for deliberative planning in highly contentious settings.

Planning the rebuilding of New Orleans after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita has. Since 2005, Robert B. Olshansky and Laurie A. Johnson, urban planners who specialize in disaster planning and recovery, have been working to understand, in real time, the difficult planning decisions in this unusual situation. As both Planning the rebuilding of New Orleans after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita has been among the greatest urban planning challenges of our time.

Read "Clear as Mud Planning for the Rebuilding of New Orleans" by Robert B. Olshansky .

Since 2005, Robert B. As both observers of and participants in the difficult process of creating the Unified New Orleans Plan, Olshansky and Johnson bring unparalleled detail and insight to this complex story.

Автор: Olshansky Robert, Johnson Laurie Название: Clear as Mud . The book highlights examples of achievements made through community organizations and residents.

The book highlights examples of achievements made through community organizations and residents.

University of Illinois. Clear as mud: Planning for the rebuilding of New Orleans. RB Olshansky, L Johnson. Urban and Regional Planning. Articles Cited by. Title. Hazard assessment: The factual basis for planning and mitigation. RE Deyle, SP French, RB Olshansky, RG Paterson.

Laurie A. Johnson and Robert B. Olshansky

Laurie A. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. The book is an important contribution to the practice of recovery and reconstruction. The lessons emerging from these case studies bring clarity to the complex recovery processes and provide insights into institutions, finances, policies, and programs-essential building blocks of recovery. He co-authored Clear as Mud: Planning for the Rebuilding of New Orleans with Laurie Johnson, as well as the report Opportunity in Chaos: Rebuilding after teh 1994 Northridge and 1995 Kobe Earthquakes with Laurie Johnson and Ken Topping. Johnson, urban planners who specialize in disaster planning an. Robert Olshansky is professor and associate head of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Illinois.

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Laurie A. Johnson Clear As Mud: Planning for the Rebuilding of New Orleans.

Great natural disasters are rare, but their aftermath can change the fortunes of a city or region forever. This book and its companion Policy Focus Report identify lessons from different parts of the world to help communities and government leaders better organize for recovery after future disasters. After Great Disasters: How Six Countries Managed Community Recovery (Policy Focus Report).

Talk about Clear as Mud


Hirah
Superbly done, This book describes the dilemmas of rebuilding a city, but also shows us the dynamics of leadership, that we have who we have in place which is a large part of shaping the outcomes.

Although publIshed by APA, this book has a much wider understanding of the issues than from a land use perspective.
Unh
This unofficial history of the Unified New Orleans Plan (UNOP) – also called the “Citywide Recovery Plan” - for the rebuilding of the city after Hurricane Katrina is a remarkable work of journalism. As a participant in the planning and production of the Citywide Recovery Plan, I can attest to the value of Clear as Mud today, as well as going forward, and not just for the City of New Orleans, but for all disaster planners and decision-makers anywhere who are thrust into sudden new roles of leadership and responsibility as a result of a major catastrophe. This book will eventually be recognized as one of the most important documents in the history of New Orleans. Copies of it should be included wherever the historical records of UNOP are stored.
- Randy Carmichael
Kearanny
This book provides a "post-mortem" of the immediate responses and longer-term community planning efforts after Hurricane Katrina. It is written and annotated to a high standard and thus qualifies for academic course assignments (Graduate level). It includes description of and usable community workshop techniques such as simplified risk analysis process (page 170). If there is any shortcomings for the impatient reader, it would be the perhaps overly detailed description of aftermath actions and non-actions. But bear with it. The last chapter "Conclusions" helps to make up for this. It should also be read by professionals involved with in the evolving discussion of disaster preparedness, risk analysis, and design for resilience.