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Claire B. Rubin has 39 years of experience as a researcher, consultant, and educator in the fields of emergency management and homeland security.
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Author Archives: recoverydiva
From Forbes magazine: How Technology Is Advancing Emergency Response And Survival During Natural Disasters
From NPR, a discussion of an aspect of disaster recovery that is not usually considered. See: Natural Disasters And The Implications Of Missing So Much School. Amidst the trauma and destruction, school districts across the U.S. have shouldered a heavy … Continue reading
From Bloomberg News, Dec. 14: Four Ways to Help Puerto Rico Now. From the Wash Post, Dec. 14: This is What Puerto Rico Needs from the Government Right Now. From the Wash Post, Dec. 15. Life Without Power.
When Climate Change Becomes a Credit Problem. Coming in the aftermath of hurricanes that severely damaged parts of Houston and much of the United States Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico this year, the message from Moody’s was clear. Governments must … Continue reading
From Reuters, yet another take on the costly and sometimes tragic outcomes from lack of regulation and the problems of the National Flood Ins. Program. See: Unfettered building, scant oversight add to cost of hurricanes in U.S. In the wake … Continue reading
From the NYTimes: Rethinking Electric Power, Prompted by Politics and Disaster. An excerpt from the article: Researchers’ heads have danced with visions of self-sufficient microgrids and solar-harnessed battery systems as they dream of giving Puerto Rico a new power system … Continue reading