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Monthly Archives: January, 2019

Hyundai designs 4-legged walking car that could help during natural disasters

How technology advances natural disaster response Natural disasters seem to be occurring more frequently in recent years and create a backlog for property and casualty insurers who want to ensure … Continue reading

16/01/2019 · Leave a comment

In Case Of Emergency, Self-Drive

Insurers hit: Climate change wreaking havoc on insurance industry It may get increasingly impossible to recover from the damage inflicted by anthropogenic climate change. Insurers have been researching what climate … Continue reading

15/01/2019 · Leave a comment

Heartbreaking & Devastating Camp Fire Was World’s Costliest Catastrophe of 2018

Over 600 flee as flooding, landslides hit Southern Mindanao Hundreds fled their homes as several villages in Southern Mindanao were flooded due to moderate to heavy rains dumped by the … Continue reading

14/01/2019 · Leave a comment

How do you teach children to be resilient? Ask a limbless veteran

  Here’s why Amazon would buy an obscure Israeli company that specializes in disaster recovery Resilience means having a good plan to recover lost data. This requires backing up tons … Continue reading

13/01/2019 · Leave a comment

How resilience underpins employee wellbeing

The Gift of Resilience Resilience is a superpower. Some people are born with resiliency, many more aspire to it, and the grateful and fiercely resolute actually achieve it. Resilience draws … Continue reading

12/01/2019 · Leave a comment

Australia’s 2018 in weather: drought, heat and fire

More rain due to climate change might not mean more water resources As the impacts of climate change continued to intensify this year, much of the country experienced record levels … Continue reading

11/01/2019 · Leave a comment

Resilient Kids Come From Parents Who Do These 8 Things

How Millennials Became The Burnout Generation I couldn’t figure out why small, straightforward tasks on my to-do list felt so impossible. The answer is both more complex and far simpler … Continue reading

10/01/2019 · Leave a comment

Can architecture save people from disaster?

Tsunami hazard and its challenges for preparedness Three major disasters in 2018 taught some painful lessons about the challenges of tsunami preparedness and early warning in Indonesia. In August, a … Continue reading

09/01/2019 · Leave a comment

Disaster agency predicts at least 2,500 natural disasters will hit Indonesia in 2019

Community Resiliency Efforts after Hurricane Michael Hurricane Michael struck the Florida panhandle this past October, devastating Panama City and other local communities. More than 200 911 emergency calls were recorded … Continue reading

08/01/2019 · Leave a comment

Landslide tsunami lessons from Anak Krakatau

100 years of upheaval and resilience through the eyes of Syrian artists Abo Gabi looks away from the camera as he tells the story of how he came to be … Continue reading

07/01/2019 · Leave a comment

Why Team Resilience Is The New Employee Engagement

Sue Lister calls for show of Resilience in International Women’s Week “Everything is changing so fast and every day seems crammed with new choices and challenges, crises and opportunities. Yet … Continue reading

06/01/2019 · Leave a comment

How climate change caused the world’s first ever empire to collapse

So. Carolina officers transporting patients who drowned in Hurricane Florence to be charged Charges are expected Friday against two South Carolina law enforcement officers that were transporting two mental patients … Continue reading

05/01/2019 · Leave a comment

ASEAN countries to establish disaster risk insurance facility

Seasonal traditions maintained in disaster-affected communities This past year we have witnessed many U.S. communities get turned upside down, even destroyed, by significant weather events. We have also witnessed significant … Continue reading

04/01/2019 · Leave a comment

Year in Review 2018: Whose Resilient Future?

Study finds Tropical Cyclone Winston damaged fisheries as well as homes in Fiji A newly published study by WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) has found that impacts of Tropical Cyclone Winston … Continue reading

03/01/2019 · Leave a comment

Building Resilience

Fourteen years on – what did we learn from the Boxing Day tsunami? As the death toll from the latest Indonesian tsunami hits 400 and rescuers desperately search through rubble … Continue reading

02/01/2019 · Leave a comment

The cost of natural disasters this year: $220 billion

Deadly tsunami raises questions: Are we ready for disaster? As Indonesia reels from the carnage of yet another natural disaster, authorities around the globe are working on how they can … Continue reading

01/01/2019 · Leave a comment

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