Highlands Ranch, Colo., November 8, 2017 – As we recover from this year’s North Atlantic hurricane season, now is the time to acknowledge that the language we use to communicate flood risk is inadequate, ambiguous, and can hinder resilience.
A blog authored by Roni Deitz, Arcadis project engineer, highlights why the way we talk about flood risk is broken and why we must acknowledge that flood risk is dynamic and therefore the way we think, communicate, and plan for it, must also be dynamic; and that community resilience begins with effective dialogue.
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