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Monthly Archives: September, 2020

The economic case for a national flood standard

Building Resilient Communities A resilient community can use available resources to respond to, withstand, and recover from adverse situations. A fast and flexible civic response to COVID-19 has demonstrated the … Continue reading

21/09/2020 · Leave a comment

These Incredible Pictures Show The Wrath Of Hurricane Sally

Resilience is missing for many employees A new report from Aon,examined the views of employers and employees across five major countries in Europe and claim that just 30 percent of … Continue reading

20/09/2020 · Leave a comment

Why Hurricane Sally is moving so slowly—and delivering epic rainfall

Stop thinking of resilience as a trait. It’s more than that After living in San Francisco for many years, my friend and her husband decided to relocate to New York … Continue reading

18/09/2020 · Leave a comment

The Resilience Project: Why we need to teach young people how to fail

Think 2020’s disasters are wild? Experts see worse in the future A record amount of California is burning, spurred by a nearly 20-year mega-drought. To the north, parts of Oregon … Continue reading

17/09/2020 · Leave a comment

Wildfires Have Rendered Our World Unrecognizable

Massive Swarms of Mosquitoes Kill Livestock After Hurricane Laura Hits Swarms of mosquitoes in Louisiana have left hundreds of cattle and some horses dead. WWLTV reports that, according to experts … Continue reading

16/09/2020 · Leave a comment

2020 wildfires in California and west: Everything we know and where to donate

2020 wildfires in California and west: Everything we know and where to donate An unprecedented fire season is wreaking havoc across the Western US, with nearly 100 major wildfires tearing … Continue reading

15/09/2020 · Leave a comment

La Niña has arrived. Here’s what it could mean for you

Nearly 100 earthquakes swarm Yellowstone in 24 hours. Here’s what experts are saying A swarm of 91 earthquakes rattled the Yellowstone National Park region in just 24 hours on Thursday, … Continue reading

14/09/2020 · Leave a comment

How People With Disabilities Weather Natural Disasters

More than half a million people affected by Sudan floods The floods in Sudan have killed 102 people, injured 46 more and affected over 550,000 people in 17 of the … Continue reading

13/09/2020 · Leave a comment

Build Resilience And Thrive In Adversity

Resilience triples with well-rounded wellbeing support What is resilience? Resilience is a hot topic in global HR and leadership right now. Paul Williamson, a learning and development expert and leadership … Continue reading

12/09/2020 · Leave a comment

Record floods threaten pyramid sites in Sudan

Laura: The Latest Climate Disaster for Low-Income Americans Cameron, Louisiana was devastated for the third time in 15 years when Hurricane Laura came ashore. In 2005, Hurricane Rita pushed 12 … Continue reading

11/09/2020 · Leave a comment

Art in an apocalypse

Art in an apocalypse Ever since Covid-19 restrictions were imposed in March, I have missed seeing and doing things I enjoy in the city. People-watching, cab rides, the normalcy of … Continue reading

10/09/2020 · Leave a comment

New Satellite Images Show the Extent of Australia’s 2019 Wildfire Disaster

Building back business: Avoiding a trade-off between resilience and growth “The question is: how do we achieve resilience in a new global environment, including a pandemic-prone global environment, as well … Continue reading

09/09/2020 · Leave a comment

2020 is changing the way we ‘Do Risk and Resilience’ forever

Older volunteers, a mainstay in hurricane rebuilding, are hard to find in a pandemic that puts them at risk Why raising resilient kids could be as simple as doing nothing … Continue reading

08/09/2020 · Leave a comment

The 10 Commandments Of Career Resilience: How Many Have You Broken?

Research: Knowledge Workers Are More Productive from Home For many years, we have sought to understand and measure the productivity of knowledge workers, whose inputs and outputs can’t be tracked … Continue reading

07/09/2020 · Leave a comment

Building back business: Avoiding a trade-off between resilience and growth

2020 is changing the way we ‘Do Risk and Resilience’ forever ou are the CRO. Responsible for measuring risk impacts due to not only the pandemic, but multiple uncertainties ranging … Continue reading

06/09/2020 · Leave a comment

Brain study reveals one type of exercise increases stress resilience

How do I build resilience In her final show of this Reignite series, Áine Kerr and guests discuss what happens when we hit the ‘Messy Middle’ of a project and … Continue reading

05/09/2020 · Leave a comment

Niger floods kill 51, drive thousands from their homes

  Niger floods kill 51, drive thousands from their homes Severe flooding in Niger this month has killed 51 people and destroyed thousands of homes after torrential rains caused rivers … Continue reading

04/09/2020 · Leave a comment

How disasters can lead to a rise in authoritarianism

  Why California’s wildfire year could be the worst in decades California may experience its worst year for wildfires in decades, climate experts say, pointing out that it has already … Continue reading

03/09/2020 · Leave a comment

The Biblical Flood That Will Drown California

Dramatic Photos Show The Damage Caused By Hurricane Laura The storm, which made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane, was the most intense to hit Louisiana in more than 150 … Continue reading

02/09/2020 · Leave a comment

Another fierce hurricane, 15 years after Katrina, shows who really pays the price

  10 Hurricane Katrina Survivors Reveal Storm’s Impact on Their Lives & New Orleans 15 Years Later On Monday, Aug. 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made its historic landfall on the … Continue reading

01/09/2020 · Leave a comment

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