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Tracking the True Cause of the Baby Formula Shortage

May 11, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

By now, when you see a headline about a sudden shortage of something you can guess “strained supply chain.” But as panicking parents work overtime to hunt down a case of baby formula on store shelves, a more complicated – and potentially dangerous – reason has emerged. Abbott Laboratories, a Michigan-based baby formula manufacturer, shut […]

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Can Sunlight Reduce Climate Risks? New Report Outlines Potential Approaches

May 9, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

A recent United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction report highlighted a sharp increase in disasters with the vast majority of effects borne by low-income countries. With this in mind, the Council on Foreign Relations, with input from an advisory committee including DRI President and CEO Chloe Demrovsky, describes the need for information and policy […]

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Work From Home Risks: These 3 Threats Are on the Rise

April 28, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

A recent survey of executives has identified a growing “triple threat” to North American organizations that can be traced back to telework and hybrid arrangements. KPMG in Canada surveyed more than 600 executives across multiple industries. The results point to organizations facing a “threat loop” of fraud, compliance risk, and cybersecurity threats. 60% of those […]

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COVID-19: 5 Lessons Learned in Understanding and Managing Risk

April 24, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

While we’re certainly not done with the pandemic, two years of experience has given us a great deal of insight on how we identify and manage systemic risks, as a new report illustrates. The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) has released a new report that presents findings from five case studies in […]

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Shanghai Lockdown Could Be the Start of More Supply Chain Challenges

April 14, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

After two years of relatively successful pandemic policies in China, a record number of new COVID-19 cases has led to a major lockdown in the city of Shanghai, leading to compounding supply chain problems that could have a global impact. With cases continuing to climb, disruptions and rising costs are extending out to the transportation […]

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Hurricane Season Preview: What’s in Store for 2022?

April 13, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Colorado State University has released its early predictions for this year’s Atlantic hurricane season. If the forecast is correct, at least four major hurricanes could make things difficult in the coming months. CSU’s first extended range forecast of the year is predicting above-normal activity during the storm season. This is primarily due to two reasons: […]

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Working on an RFP or RFI? DRI Can Help!

April 12, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Did you know that DRI provides our Certified Professionals with free assistance in constructing, distributing, and evaluating Requests for Proposal (RFP) and Requests for Information (RFI) for products and services? As a non-profit organization, DRI International serves as a trusted advisor to individuals and organizations around the world, providing information on a vast array of subjects […]

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Panic! Poison? Terrorism?! When April Fools Disasters Attack

April 1, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Let’s face it: in a best-case scenario, an April Fools’ Day prank may elicit a mild chuckle from the target of the joke. But the other end of the spectrum can be a nightmare for the emergency management crowd, including mass panic, ecological destruction, or even a potential international incident! Reader’s Digest collected some of […]

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Will the Russia-Ukraine War Cause Global Food Shortages? It’s Complicated

March 30, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

As the invasion of Ukraine continues, agricultural supply disruptions are impacting harvests and global fertilizer production are causing spikes in food prices, transportation and more. But can other countries provide relief? Russia and Ukraine account for roughly 30% of global wheat exports, and Russia is the top fertilizer exporter worldwide. Both countries have suspended exports […]

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Survey: CIOs Know Their Risks – But Not Business Continuity

March 28, 2022 Leave a comment DRI Admin

A recent survey of CIOs shows that nearly all of them are aware of the threats coming down the pike – but far fewer of them are using the resilience and mitigation tools that would help them survive. Out of 1,000 polled for the 2021 Global CIO Survey, 94% acknowledge some form of serious threat […]

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