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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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Tag Archives: Emergency Management
This is a continuation of the discussion I started two days ago about the declining state of higher education in emergency management. One contributor, but not the only one, is the aggressive marketing of the for-profit, online educational institutions. This … Continue reading
After mounting an effective recovery effort for recent floods, the State of Iowa is ending its efforts. Rebuild Iowa Office to shut down. June 6. The agency that coordinated the state’s recovery from the historic flood and tornado disasters of … Continue reading
Some call it pre-event planning and others call it advance planning for recovery. Whichever term you use, the process is worth highlighting again. Recently Eric Holdermann’s blog captured some advice from a seminar at Harvard on the topic of advance … Continue reading
This is the first installment of Recommended Blog Resources on environment, disasters, and emergency management. If you have an ongoing interest in these topics, you will want to collect new sources. I welcome suggestions from readers, so that I can … Continue reading
[picapp align=”left” wrap=”true” link=”term=pakistan+floods&iid=9640051″ src=”http://view1.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/9640051/pakistani-flood-victims/pakistani-flood-victims.jpg?size=500&imageId=9640051″ width=”234″ height=”156″ /]As noted here many times, the recovery process is a complex one and one that is hard to accomplish in the U.S. When the U.S. participates in the international response to a major … Continue reading