TRI’s Resilience Action Items for
June 14, 2019
Community Resilience Resilient Action Item
Governing.com. The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have set an audacious goal: reducing their greenhouse gas emissions to zero. On a sun-splashed stretch of asphalt along the Los Angeles waterfront, officials from the busiest port complex in the United States recently offered a glimpse of their hopes for the future…
Business Resilience Resilient Action Item
ITPro.com Nearly every modern business is reliant on data and IT infrastructure, meaning that a disaster recovery plan is no longer a nice-to-have but an essential part of running business operations, as much as no one likes to dwell on the prospect of a disaster occurring.
Disaster Recovery Resilient Action Item
NOAA scientists are forecasting this summer’s Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone or ‘dead zone’ – an area of low to no oxygen that can kill fish and other marine life – to be approximately 7,829 square miles or roughly the size of the land mass of Massachusetts. The annual prediction is based on U.S. Geological Survey river flow and nutrient data.
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- How Ian McHarg Taught Generations to ‘Design With Nature’
- NIMS Implementation Fact Sheet for Non-Governmental Organizations
- Eight tips to improve your disaster recovery strategy
- Hurricane emergency preparedness 101: What businesses can do to bunker down
- Boeing Built Deadly Assumptions Into 737 Max, Blind to a Late Design Change
- Near-record ‘dead zone’ predicted in Gulf of Mexico
- What’s in the Disaster Aid Package for States and Localities?
- PERSPECTIVE: Successful National Preparedness Requires a Radical New Approach
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