MEMBER UPDATE January 7, 2015
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Note to our members:
Happy Holidays and best wishes for the New Year.
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Things of Interest…
Recap of significant catastrophic natural hazard events that took place across the globe, including hurricanes, tropical storms and cyclones, typhoons, flooding, hail and tornado events, wildfires, sinkholes and earthquakes.
Articles & Editorials…
Some cities moving toward the use of cloud-based technology approach to provide disaster recovery services.
This article outlines the 3 E’s of resiliency while calling for a larger emphasis on institutional resiliency
At San Diego Exponential Medicine 2014 Israel extols medically equipped motorcycles to reduce emergency response time.
NHMA’s own Don Watson provides a run down of PDD-21, The Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Strategy: in Brief, and The Hurricane Rebuilding Task Force’s Infrastructure Resilience Guidelines: An Initial Assessment of Implementation by Federal Agencies.
Pope hopes to influence UN climate meeting in Paris with statements on the state of the climate and the tragedy of social exclusion.
AECOM will provide architectural and engineering services for Risk Mapping, Assessment and Planning (Risk MAP), Hazard Mitigation Technical Assistance Program (HMTAP) and Technical Assistance and Research Contracts (TARC) programs.
Former Senator Tom Coburn releases report claiming Federal Emergency Management Agency’s failure to update critical rules and regulations has led to a dramatic rise in the number of federally declared disasters and taken disaster recovery spending to new extremes.
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