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Author:  FEMA Office of External Affairs Around the world, communities are using innovative approaches to support coronavirus (COVID-19) response efforts. Each week, FEMA is highlighting these extraordinary efforts...
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From the UPI: FEMA says it’s ready for hurricane season with budget boosted by COVID-19 stimulus
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From the Seattle Times: Embracing a new reality: Coronavirus may never go away, even with a vaccine Consider the public policies and actions that will be needed.
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Author:  FEMA Office of External Affairs Around the world, communities are using innovative approaches to support coronavirus (COVID-19) response efforts. Each week, FEMA is highlighting these extraordinary efforts...
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Author:  Carlos J. Castillo, Acting Deputy Administrator of Resilience As we prepare for the upcoming hurricane season during response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, you may want to consider the importance...
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Pandemic and Disaster: Insights from Seventy Years of Social Science Disaster Research Inaugurating the “Disaster Studies” theme of our “Covid-19 and the Social Sciences” series, Kathleen Tierney reflects on how major findings from social science research on disasters can help … Continue reading →
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Incorporating Social Media Into Your Exercises #SMEM
Post by: Kim Stephens Social media is now a common tool emergency management and response organizations turn to in order to interact with the public before, during and after a disaster event. However, testing the use of social media during … Continue reading →
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Reach Your Audience in an Emergency: #SMEM
Post by: Kim Stephens Keep the flood photos coming. Click here to upload: http://t.co/CyodRwubwx pic.twitter.com/YDfDp3XifU — WJZ | CBS Baltimore (@cbsbaltimore) April 30, 2014 Flooding was rampant yesterday for what seemed like half the country. Social Media was buzzing with … Continue reading →
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