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World unprepared for next major volcanic eruption, researchers say ‘death tolls could reach millions’

Mental health collaborative tackles fire-related trauma in Sonoma County

When a North Bay fire survivor walks into her private practice office, Santa Rosa psychologist Alisa Liguori Stratton never presumes to know exactly what they’re going through. 317 more words

Book Bites Back

The final proofs have been edited. The website is approaching the landing page. The guerrilleros are amassing along the capital’s limits. Our new book, at 68 pages, as one co-author put it, packs a punch of a 300-page heavyweight. 233 more words

Ecological Resilience

Biodiversity for Resilience Against Natural Disasters

Toronto Millennials are killing stereotypes by giving back to their city

More than 90 of Toronto’s Millennial and Gen X philanthropists are bucking stereotypes about their generations and collectively pledging more than $500,000 of their own wealth to build the city’s urban resilience. 221 more words

One-third of forests aren’t growing back after wildfire

The La Tuna Canyon fire burns over Burbank, California, U.S. (Image: Reuters)

A cluster of particularly destructive natural disasters in 2017 has pockmarked the nation with devastation. 455 more words

New study links natural disaster with revolutions

Boston-area transit spends $101M in weather resilience investments

Every region has its transportation challenges; in the Northeast, a major challenge comes in the form of weather.  456 more words

How To Help Rebuild Florida's Reefs Post Hurricane Irma

Pollution linked to 9 million deaths worldwide in 2015, study says

The fatal effects of pollution are seen across our planet.

In 2015, nearly one in six deaths, an estimated nine million worldwide, was related to pollution in some form — air, water, soil, chemical or occupational pollution, according to a new report published Thursday in The Lancet. 311 more words

How To Prepare for The Next Megastorm? Protect Wetlands, Mangroves and Reefs

How To Prepare for The Next Megastorm? Protect Wetlands, Mangroves and Reefs

We weren’t ready. Not for Maria, not for Harvey and Irma, not for Katrina before them. 333 more words