This is a short, introductory guide to coping with extremely hot weather.
This is a guide to preparing for and surviving a blizzard.
This is an introductory guide to fire safety, wildfires, forest fires, brush fires and other fires in nature and how one can prepare for them.
What is it like to have a Category 5 Cyclone/Hurricane pass right over your house? Read Vanuatu resident Peter Wederell’s story of experiencing Cyclone Pam.
The following is a guide to flood survival, preparedness before hand, and recovery after.
This is an introductory guide to the unlicensed Multi-Use Radio Service (MURS).
Preparing children for a disaster means starting early and repeating lessons often. Here are a few tips to help.
Emergency response assessments tell organizations how ready they are to save lives, but today’s approach may result in inaccurate and dangerous conclusions.
The following is an introductory guide to tornado preparedness. It covers how to prepare of and respond to a tornado.
This is an introduction to the Family Radio Service (FRS) for preparedness purposes.
The risk of nuclear fallout somewhere in the world has recently grown Here’s a short primer on fallout shelters and protection.
We’re looking for volunteers to update the Disaster.Com site with factual information following a natural or other type of disaster.
Emergency communications over a distance is important during an event. Here’s some information about an older but effective technology – CB Radio.
A comprehensive guide to the most important hurricane preparedness requirements
There have been a handful of deadly accidents at nuclear plants throughout the world. The following are the worst nuclear disasters on record to date.
Analyzing Twitter usually has a cost associated, but we're going to look at how to use open source tools R and R Studio to search and export Twitter data.
An introductory guide to generator technologies and options for the individual or disaster and relief volunteers and responders.
Eight different stories. Eight different tragic natural disasters from around the world. Here are a few stories that you may not have heard.
Disruptive ideas are funneling international development funding away from more traditional and sustainable approaches.
Lots of disaster relief discussion at the 2014 AIDF Disaster Relief Conference – from journalism to disaster technology.