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Overcoming fear: Harnessing the power of people

Overcoming fear: Harnessing the power of people

People lie at the heart of effective resilience, says Matt Minshall. So how can we harness their strength in the face of terrorist ideologies that seek to strike fear?

Preparing for the dragon

Preparing for the dragon

Allan Jones asks whether public attitudes to preparedness have changed, influenced by fear that is heightened by media and social media coverage

Learning in safety

Learning in safety

Brian Dillon says that holistic contingency planning adds immense value to school security and emergency planning

Disasters and the workplace

Disasters and the workplace

Hollis Stambaugh looks at countermeasures for business resilience in the face of floods, fires, active shooters, terrorist attacks and other events

Earthquake response in Iran

Earthquake response in Iran

Behrouz Moghadassi analyses the response to the November 12, 2017, tremor that killed more than 800 people

Breaking California's wildfire cycle

Breaking California's wildfire cycle

Now is the time to see fire management as both a societal and political issue, according to Bill Peterson

Call for Disasters Inspectorate

Call for Disasters Inspectorate

After the Grenfell Tower fire, a formal governmental inspectorate for disasters is overdue in the UK, say Alex Thompson and Helen Turner

Airport firefighting in Mongolia

Airport firefighting in Mongolia

Pete McMahon describes recent intensive emergency response training at Khanbumat Airport in Mongolia

Arctic SAR in mass rescue ops

Arctic SAR in mass rescue ops

As sea records continue to be broken, the potential for more incidents in remote polar regions is increasing, explains Martin Boyle

Reducing risk requires robust data

Reducing risk requires robust data

Sebastien Penzini, Rosalind Cook and Paola Albrito report on the launch of new international disaster loss monitoring systems

Disasters and opportunities

Disasters and opportunities

Paolo Garonna explores novel shifts in bridging the chasm between sustainability, disaster risk reduction and the funding that is required for sustainability

DRR technology

DRR technology

Vladimir Kuvshinov describes a network of international monitoring and co-ordination centres

One city's road to resilience

One city's road to resilience

Greater Manchester in the UK has been working with 100 Resilient Cities. Kathy Oldham describes the journey thus far

How safe are the products you buy?

How safe are the products you buy?

It's a proven fact that the manufacture, sale and distribution of counterfeit goods fund organised criminal entities, including terrorism. Jason Daniels looks at the problem

Normalising the unthinkable

Normalising the unthinkable

Casey Brunelle investigates how the late 19th century term 'fake news' is being exploited by both sides of the political spectrum as a tool of increasingly partisan, zero-sum game politics

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