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Interest groups that have hitherto shaped disaster policies are too small, too limited in scope and too impermanent to effect meaningful long term improvements. A major expansion of public involvement is called for. This chapter identifies three progressively larger groups that are differentially affected by disasters – the permanent, fluctuating and latent constituencies. Each of these has the potential to grow in different ways that, collaboratively, can create a revitalized basis for action capable of addressing the challenges that lie ahead.
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