Sometimes the sadness hits me like a tsunami.
The waves draw out, and there’s nothing but silence for a while.
Then, without a warning, it floods in. 26 more words
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As part of the DRR Action Plan workshop held in Seluma, 25–26 August 2015, we had a half-day field visit organised by the local emergency management office (BPBD). 666 more words
This is a post by Nir Barnea of NOAA’s Marine Debris Program.
Hurricane Katrina was a powerful storm, one which brings a variety of powerful images to people’s minds: The satellite image of the huge storm moving toward the Gulf Coast, the flooded neighborhoods of New Orleans, damaged boats strewn all over like discarded toys. 757 more words