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Can Dogs Really Predict Earthquakes?

Dogs Predict Earthquakes

In Lima, Peru, dogs are playing a critical role in a new approach to early earthquake warnings and public safety.

Jersey City Medical Center Completes Flood Resiliency Project

Jersey City Medical Center Floodproof

Conti Federal's micro-resiliency solution reduced costs for the flood proofing project at Jersey City Medical Center, minimizing disruptions and delivering the project on time.

Disaster Preparedness: Mapping Global Flash Drought Trends

Flash droughts

Flash droughts are emerging as formidable challenges to global water and food security, complicating disaster preparedness efforts.

Listen Now: Decision-Making During A Crisis

adaptive decision-making

Robert C. Chandler, Ph.D, Founder and Principal of Emperiria discusses his research on adaptive decision-making in this podcast.

Strongest Earthquake In 250 Years Rocks East Coast

earthquake damage

Even if there's no visible damage, here are 15 hints on how to check your facilities for hidden earthquake damage, courtesy of FEMA.

The Impact Of Extreme Weather Events On Interior Design

extreme weather interior design

A new report from ASID and CIRI explores the effects of extreme weather and climate events on interior design.

AccuWeather Forecasters Predict ‘Explosive’ 2024 Hurricane Season

2024 hurricane season

AccuWeather’s meteorologists believe the 2024 hurricane season has the potential to break the all-time record of 30 named storms in one season.

Four Steps To Prepare Your Business For Spring

Spring 2024

Spring 2024 is expected to be filled with fluctuations in weather patterns. Here's how to prepare your facilities for a range of weather-related risks.

EPA Strengthens Chemical Accident Risk Management Program

Chemical Accidents

New safety standards are strongest in history, will further protect at-risk communities from chemical accidents.

Doomsday Clock Remains At 90 Seconds To Midnight

Doomsday Clock, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

The clock is still the closest it’s ever been to midnight. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists cites wars, multi-dimensional nuclear threats, failures to address the climate crisis, bio-threats, and AI.

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