Addressing the trigger points in a drought
For most people associated with the land, a drought is still considered an emergency or an exceptional circumstance, especially when experienced in amongst a series of very dry years. However, records over hundreds of years show us the inevitability of drought as a regular and cyclical part of our environment.
To this extent, we need to address the management of drought as a normal strategic planning exercise whereby a response clicks into place as a result of various ‘triggers’. This would be the case for any other important risk management planning process encompassed by our business.
This Primefact covers:
- drought trigger points
- business strategies.
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