We need to build our response capacity leading up to extreme-weather emergencies and implement a more systematic and assured process of reconstruction for victims in the aftermath.
We need to improve the way we regulate the transport, use, and disposal of toxic substances.
It’s time to stop responding to frequent climate catastrophes and start preparing for them.
|September 28, 2021
Students tackled this question in a week-long virtual immersion program on community planning for resilience.
|September 1, 2021
If the Surfside Florida tragedy leads to actions that prevent future catastrophes, these deaths will not have been in vain.
The SEDAC Hazards Mapper is designed for disaster risk managers, humanitarian response organizations, public health professionals, journalists and others needing a quick assessment of the potential dangers posed by a major hazardous event or developing emergency.