The Nature Conservancy has created the Coastal Resilience (www.coastalresilience.org ) decision support tool to aid local and state planners in defining their risk and developing strategies and solutions to address those risks. It allows the user to pick and choose which data they want to view and to choose varied scenarios of flood risk. It is important to develop interactive tools such as this one that allow local... more »
Topic 3: Analysis, Tools and Information for Risk Reduction Decision-Making
Administrator’s Intent Statement: We will provide analysis, tools, and information that support choices that guide individuals, communities, and national decisions toward reducing disaster risk.
Share your thoughts on any of the following items:
- Analysis, tools and information needs (e.g., integrated tools);
- One size does not fit all: Reaching diverse individuals and communities (e.g., urban, rural, aging, etc.);
- Relevant, credible and actionable data (e.g., best available data, sea level rise data);
- Capacity for use (risk management know how).
A uniform program that educates faculty, staff, and students to recognizing signs of mental illness and potential threats seems to me to be something that could help in a proactive way. Such a Behavioral Observation Program (BOP) need not mandate training as much as bring Behavior Based Safety (BBS) best practice models to serve as templates that can be developed with institutional flexibility.
IDEA: STATES WITH LAKES THAT FREEZE SHOULD HAVE THEIR DNR CREATE MAPS WITH “MEDIAN LAKE ICE OUT DATES” INSPIRED REFERENCE: Minnesota DNR created a map of their state ice thickness data containing Safe Ice Thicknesses at a given time of year called “MEDIAN LAKE ICE OUT DATES” see: http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/ice_out/index.html?year=median PURPOSE: I would like to see all states (who’s lakes host ice recreational activities)... more »
Would should have FEMA make a unit or three that uses Ecosphere Technologies Ozonix Ef80 units in mass numbers so we can properly clean a water disaster without thought like last week in WV.