How can considering trade-offs in decisionmaking lead to more equitable results in post-disaster reconstruction?

New practitioner oriented article on trade-offs in post-disaster reconstruction is available in the HazNet magazine.

To decrease risks related to disasters, it is important to understand trade-offs in post-disaster reconstruction. This practitioner oriented article introduces the different dimensions of trade-offs commonly made in disaster risk reduction and development related decision making processes, highlighting equity as a dimension which intersects with many of the other dimensions. The article also explores how to work towards more aligned and equitable decision-making. The article, titled "Understanding trade-offs in post-disaster reconstruction" was published in HazNet, The Magazine of the Canadian Risks and Hazards Network.