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Monthly Archives: February, 2019

Three ways to get people talking about mental health in the workplace

Your Two Choices: Presented to You Every Moment of Your Life Our brains display tremendous complexity. They are more elaborate than the greatest computers ever produced. One of the behavioral … Continue reading

19/02/2019 · Leave a comment

Should You Crack Your House Windows for a Hurricane?

A flooded house might not be as ‘terminal’ as a bushfire or cyclone but the clean-up is just as invasive Authorities have begun the huge task of assessing the damage … Continue reading

18/02/2019 · Leave a comment

An earthquake lasted 50 days, but no one felt it. Here’s why.

10 best earthquake apps and earthquake tracker apps for Android! Earthquakes range from mildly annoying to destructively terrifying. However, there are some apps out there that give you an advantage. … Continue reading

17/02/2019 · Leave a comment

Why Australia should be more prepared for extreme weather

A climate resilience strategy for the Caribbean  The back-to-back category 5 hurricanes that led to heart wrenching human suffering and damages is clear evidence that the Caribbean is becoming increasingly … Continue reading

16/02/2019 · Leave a comment

Natural Disasters: The Challenge of Saving Lives

Despite experience with typhoons, most Filipinos ‘not prepared for disasters’ Although the Philippines faces an average of 20 typhoons a year, only 36% of Filipinos feel they are completely prepared … Continue reading

15/02/2019 · Leave a comment

Floods, fire and drought: Australia, a country in the grip of extreme weather bingo

Fungi after the floods: how to get rid of mould to protect your health As Townsville residents continue the clean-up following January’s flooding, microscopic fungi, commonly called mould, will be … Continue reading

14/02/2019 · Leave a comment

Landslides triggered by Hurricane Maria

Black Saturday: What have we learnt? In the ten years since the Black Saturday bushfires of 2009, many improvements have happened in fire prevention and management, writes Dr John Iser. … Continue reading

13/02/2019 · Leave a comment

Hurricanes are intensifying more rapidly and it may be our fault

Hurricane Harvey left Houston with crisis in affordable housing Did you realize that Houston was left in a severe affordable housing crisis after Hurricane Harvey? A year and a half … Continue reading

12/02/2019 · Leave a comment

Increasing Your Business’s Recession Resilience

BS67000: setting the standard for city resilience City resilience is critically important to economic, organizational, and community well-being. This has been recognised by the development of a standard for city … Continue reading

11/02/2019 · Leave a comment

5 steps to creating a mentally healthy workplace

State schools must practise debating and other resilience skills to compete with the old boys network of Eton, education secretary says State school pupils must practise debating and public speaking … Continue reading

10/02/2019 · Leave a comment

Being kinder to yourself can boost your physical and mental wellbeing, study says

Trauma, Resilience & Healing – 20 Alaskan Artists Create Storytelling Murals Seven unique storytelling murals by 20 different Alaskan artists will be unveiled at a special reception at the Church … Continue reading

09/02/2019 · Leave a comment

Disaster relief as a threat to state sovereignty

Maternal depression and natural disaster-related stress may affect infants’ temperament A new Infant Mental Health Journal study demonstrates that prenatal maternal depression has important consequences for infant temperament. Furthermore, the … Continue reading

08/02/2019 · Leave a comment

How can Australia better prepare itself for natural disasters?

AgForce calls on banks to show compassion for farmers hurt by Townsville floods Banks need to cut farmers some slack from default interest repayments and show some compassion following the … Continue reading

07/02/2019 · Leave a comment

6 ways to build resilience and adapt to the stresses in farming

  We must remember Hurricane Michael’s lessons | Opinion Just four months ago, Hurricane Michael made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane, the strongest storm to strike the Florida Panhandle … Continue reading

06/02/2019 · Leave a comment

European colonizers killed so many Native Americans that it changed the global climate, researchers say

Earthquake and tsunami fears erupt on social media in Japan as ‘bad omen’ oarfish spotted Social media in Japan has exploded after a number of deep-sea fish were caught. People … Continue reading

05/02/2019 · Leave a comment

New NASA Visualization Shows What the Dreaded Polar Vortex Really Looks Like

Extreme weather shatters records around the world US cities as cold as the Arctic. An Australian inferno. The UK covered in snow. It’s only one month into 2019 and meteorologists … Continue reading

04/02/2019 · Leave a comment

Top 10 worst floods in Australia

North Queensland flood crisis worsens North Queensland residents remain on high alert as officials fear a catastrophic flood disaster with more record-breaking downpours on the way. The Bureau of Meteorology … Continue reading

03/02/2019 · Leave a comment

Climate resilience: More than a third of Londoners think city can’t cope with natural disasters

Business resilience should be a core company strategy, so why are businesses struggling to take action? A recent survey showed that only 51% of U.S. business decision makers say their … Continue reading

02/02/2019 · Leave a comment

7 key figures: Breaking down the cost of natural disasters in 2018

  Fears of further destruction from Tasmania bushfires Crews battling bushfires in Tasmania are preparing for hot and dry conditions, with 12 emergency alerts issued and continued threats to property. … Continue reading

01/02/2019 · Leave a comment

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