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What You Need To Know About Emergency Management Education The difference between those who have a pre-9/11 perspective and…
Early Warning Labs is sort of part of the distribution platform and the automated responses in response to the earthquake early warning. So, our partners do a large piece of the hard work, actually monitoring and creating the raw data that goes into the earthquake early warning that we use.
“The concept of working together doesn’t mean you have to have some major disaster. That should be a norm in our communities.”
DR. PHILIP BERKE on resiliency “Many of these events, because of climate, are going to become more widespread. The places that are going to be exposed to intense fire regimes, to more flooding, are expanding.”
And so, what we’re trying to do is change that mindset that fire and EMS, while nothing is ever 100% safe, law enforcement can provide…
After being through, you know, that process of becoming certified and gaining some skills and experience, it’s now, I’d say, almost giving…
I think it’s a massive game-changer to handle direct donations. I mean, we can talk about that for a long time, because it’s a massive game-changer, on so many levels. But bringing everybody, putting this tool, making it free and available to all, this is a purely altruistic tool.
How To Protect critical infrastructure. Once there is an electric grid outage, the clock starts ticking, because there is limited duration of backup fuel for emergency generators.
Recognizing that there needs to be a cultural change, a systemic change in order to incorporate everybody in these conversations about resilience.
But what were the costs of winning? And can they make the turn to their original goal of why they fought in the first place? So then we look at Afghanistan, which, you know, we start to film there, it’s a man-made disaster.