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Download the September Edition of the Crisis Response Journal!

September 15, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The September edition of the Crisis Response Journal is now available to download from our Library! This month’s topics include ethical emergency management, COVID-19 risk fatigue, information warfare, and much more. CRJ offers DRI Certified Professionals a digital subscription for only $15 and hard copy subscription for only $100, a significant discount from the list […]

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What’s Your Volcano Plan? Researchers Warn We’re ‘Woefully Underprepared’

September 1, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

A volcanic eruption could have powerful impacts on supply chains, climate and food security – but are resilience professionals taking such a threat seriously enough? Not according to the University of Cambridge’s Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER). In an article published in Nature, its researchers pointed to a misconception that the risks […]

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‘You Can’t Make a Twinkie With Only 95% of Ingredients’: Supply Shortages Hit the Snack Food Aisle

August 17, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The supply chain strikes again! Major food manufacturers are running into major production snags, as key ingredients for big snack items are tied up in scheduling and transportation headaches. “Unfortunately, you can’t make a Twinkie with only 95% of ingredients,” Hostess Brands CFO Travis Leonard said on a recent earnings call, summing up the problem many […]

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How Extreme Weather Events Could Take Down Entire Socioeconomic Systems

August 14, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Planning for individual disasters, rather than thinking of them as interconnected events, could have severe consequences for health, energy and agriculture, food production and other vital sectors, based on a recent research study. The study, developed by researchers at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, focused on understanding how extreme weather might affect linked socioeconomic systems. […]

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Hurricane Season Halfway Point: What to Expect Next

August 12, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

So far, it’s been a relatively quiet Atlantic Hurricane Season. But as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) warns, there’s still plenty of time for that to change for the worse. The Climate Prediction Center, part of the U.S. National Weather Service, has issued a mid-season update on NOAA’s early prediction of an above-normal […]

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New Study Shows How Fast a Tsunami Could Flood an Inland City

August 4, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Earthquakes and resulting tsunami events have long been a worry for the U.S. west coast – but while the main area of concern has been for coastal communities, a new study shows how quickly it could overwhelm a major inland city like Seattle. The study, published by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources, examined […]

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Are You Part of the Corporate Strategy Planning?

August 3, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

As risk and resilience planning begins to impact the cyber and environmental aspects of corporate strategy, a new survey sees more risk professionals are getting a seat at the table. The Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) has published its bi-annual Risk Manager Survey. Its findings saw an increase in the number of risk […]

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U.S. Intelligence Sounds Alarms on Security Impacts of Climate Change

August 1, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The effects of climate change will be increasingly felt by businesses and communities in the coming years. But a recent report from the National Intelligence Council outlines the many ways it could lead to global security tensions in the short and long term. The first-ever National Intelligence Estimate on Climate Change, based on data from […]

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Stop the Music! Chip Shortage Stalls Synth Makers

July 21, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The global chip shortage and supply chain nightmare is music to no one’s ears. But for synth companies it’s literally stopping the music. According to Synthtopia, boutique synthesizer maker Future Retro has been silenced by the shortage. The company’s last words: “Due to the current state of the world and global parts shortage, we are […]

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Political Action and Climate Change – DRI’s Chloe Demrovsky on Newsy

July 21, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

DRI President and CEO Chloe Demrovsky spoke with Newsy discussing the recent climate change actions taken by the U.S. government, the restrictions they face, and how the business sector should respond as a result. Watch:

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