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Disaster Zone

Disaster Zone Blog by Eric Holdeman
Our national parks are not immune to disasters.
Up to 60 percent of goods donated during times of disaster go to waste.
Someone please send this to Texas.
There will be funding in the future, trust me!
King County (Seattle area) has two openings.
This one is in Seattle.
The school resource officer’s role and school shootings in general.
Robert Fenton will lead with a CDC deputy.
Amazon’s size and logistics capabilities can help communities.
It is fire season and you need this information.
Which occupations have the most unionization?
There is no single solution to the information problems we are facing.
Kentucky flooding is the canary in the coal mine.
See my July IAEM Bulletin Disaster Zone column.
It starts with your own internal staff.
Hybrid meetings means you need a new solution.
Low tech, high consequences!
This position is in Seattle Public Utilities.
Heat, wildfires and wildfire smoke are impacting communities.
Come work in Seattle at CISA Region X.
Wow! That would be difficult.
Uvalde could be an indicator.
Elections are critical infrastructure.
It is about the Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake fault.
Emergency management’s premier government educational institution.
Food distribution as a mission area for emergency management due to climate change.
Some facts and figures to contemplate.
A confluence of national political turmoil.
A national emergency in England.
“Move slowly and fix your stuff” is how we should operate in the cyber world.