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What to expect from the 2019 hurricane season

What Happens to Hurricane Victims When Congress Can’t Function? In October of last year, Panama City was ground zero for the fourth-strongest tropical storm in U.S. history. Hurricane Michael, which … Continue reading

10/05/2019 · Leave a comment

Water resilience

‘Era of disasters’ poses challenge for governments Experts are urging governments to act swiftly in response to the growing threat of coastal inundation to prevent damage in excess of $7 … Continue reading

20/03/2019 · Leave a comment

This Texas town offers hurricane relief — if your politics are right

How Fire Has Shaped California’s Wine Industry For 10 long days Jeff Morgan did not know the fate of one of his vineyards in Sonoma County. Morgan, the co-owner of … Continue reading

23/10/2017 · Leave a comment

Resilience NEWS

In Emergencies, Politicians Are Expected To Master Disaster A stalwart response can burnish a politician’s image for the rest of his tenure. That certainly was the case in Florida, where … Continue reading

22/11/2013 · Leave a comment