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Pathways to City Resilience. Protect Your Pet in the Case of Natural Disaster. And more…

Protect Your Pet in the Case of Natural Disaster

Protect your pet in a disaster. Dont put them at risk. Make a disaster plan now. Protect your pet in a disaster. Don’t put them at risk. Make a disaster plan now. Disasters can strike at any time and without warning. If disaster were to strike today, would you have a plan to save you and your animals? With the fifth anniversary of the Christchurch Earthquake (22 February 2011) and the recent earthquake activity in the area World Animal Protection and local Animates stores, nationwide, are urging all New Zealand pet owners to plan for their pets in a disaster now; with a free online resource:protectyourpet.org.nz….

 

Pathways to City Resilience

This half-day event examined the challenge of developing global resilience and protecting urban centres from economic shocks. The forum saw key policymakers, business leaders, risk managers and regulators discuss how U.S. cities and institutions can build greater resilience and examine best practices in risk assessment, mitigation, adaptation and transfer…

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