The program is $24 billion in debt and that deficit won’t be erased without reform.
The scope of the dry spell was daunting, but the lessons learned are valuable for any emergency manager facing the prospect of very hot, very dry weeks and months.
Budget cuts are a particular cause for concern because they affect many public health efforts, from tracking disease outbreaks to encouraging vaccinations.
The new system is allowing neighboring emergency responders to communicate smoothly for the first time in 40 years.
The Institute for Community Resiliency and Climate Adaptation’s goal is to create real-world solutions for the growing risks that are being posed by climate change.
Cyberincidents follow the same path as other emergency incidents, and preparing for them is necessary.
NOAA’s Mathias Collins discusses findings from a study of stream gauge records for the past 100 years.
While the rest of the world has been thinking about the warming climate for some time, we in the U.S. are catching up on the issue.
With a number of announcements and a new website, the $7 billion First Responder Network Authority appears to be moving forward to accomplish its mission of creating a nationwide public safety broadband network.
Trends suggest that the climate is warming, and whether you believe it’s happening because of man’s carbon footprint or naturally, the response should be one of preparing for the worst.