His analysis exposes those policies and interests that, to this very day, are the root cause of this failure. In easy-to-understand language he demystifies how the building and insurance industries work and the role played by government. The book extracts 30 lessons for all nations that aim to build a more disaster-resilient future. Guaranteed to stir building, policy and sustainability circles, it signals a time for change!
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Aris Papadopoulos, Resilience Action Fund founder, construction industry veteran and global resilience leader, is armed with decades of inside experience and solid academic credentials. He served as founding chair of the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction’s Private Sector Initiative, currently called UNDRR-ARISE.