Democratizing Resilience & Disaster Recovery Initiative:Roadmap

To further expand Enterprise’s resilience work, the Northern California market launched the Democratizing Resilience and Disaster Recovery Initiative (DRDR) to ensure that vulnerable and frontline communities facing significant risk from natural and climate hazards have agency in the recovery process and a voice in planning for their future.

In June 2019, Enterprise held its first cross-sector convening with the San Francisco Federal Reserve to identify challenges and lessons learned in the wake of two of California’s most devastating wildfire years. During the following eight months, Enterprise learned more about the challenges and opportunities by conducting more than 50 interviews and analyzing dozens of papers, guides and existing toolkits. This report captures those findings and provides the basis for DRDR's three goals:

  1. Minimize disaster-induced housing displacement;
  2. Ensure disaster planning processes become more democratic;
  3. Promote opportunities to embed racial equity, sustainability and resiliency during pre- and post-disaster planning
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