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Claire B. Rubin has 36 years of experience as a researcher, consultant, and educator in the fields of emergency management and homeland security.
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Category Archives: mitigation
From Moore, OK, a story about a new Hazard Mitigation Wall. I never knew that a highway noise barricade could also provide high wind protection. Thanks to Rob Dale for this citation.
Coalition Calls for Natural Disaster Mitigation Strategy With tropical storm season underway, the Build Strong Coalition, a group of national business and consumer organizations, corporations and emergency management officials dedicated to stronger building codes, in order to protect homes and … Continue reading
This article from titled Mitigation can save lives and reduce the cost of natural disasters was written by a Republican Congressman from PA, which is what makes it interesting to me. Some excerpts: As the chairman of the Economic Development, … Continue reading
From HSWire.com, Protecting Cities From Floods Cheaper Than Postflood Damage Repairs. Some excerpts from the article: Researchers say that global warming is here to stay, and thus it is time to start making plans for dealing with the inevitable flooding … Continue reading
Since Michelin ranks restaurants with stars, the Diva has decided to award stars to documents re recovery. Here is the first one I would give 4 stars to: Making America More Resilience toward Natural Disasters: A Call For Action, by … Continue reading
The Best Defense Against Catastrophic Storms: Mother Nature Extreme weather, sea level rise and degraded coastal systems are placing people and property at greater risk along the coast. Natural habitats such as dunes and reefs are critical to protecting millions … Continue reading
Shortly after the tornadoes in Moore, media from all over the nation, as well as many professional associations, are adamant in their call for some mitigative measures so that the repetitive losses of life and property are reduced. Since the … Continue reading