As professional planners we have a moral and legal responsibility to be proactive rather than reactive with regard to anticipating risks and preparing emergency response plans. This has always been the case, although for many in our industry, contingency planning rarely advances beyond the theoretical. The naїveté, dumb luck, and “it can't happen to me” attitude that prevailed before September 11 was dangerous then and is unacceptable now. We don't like to think about these things, nor do ...

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