Hazard mitigation requires tools that can assess systemic risk and community vulnerability, design effective policies and risk reduction strategies, and engage the whole community. Using GIS helps communities prepare and adapt by mapping and analyzing hazards and demographics for a more equitable approach to resilience that can change future outcomes.
GIS for hazard mitigation and risk reduction
Dubuque tackles flooding to restore resilience
To fix a flood-prone neighborhood, Dubuque planners use 3D GIS watershed models to capture infrastructure details.
ArcGIS Solutions and products for disaster resilience
Explore ArcGIS Solutions and products to enhance disaster resilience for emergency and disaster management.