The Hill: Applying the Lessons of Crisis Mitigation from COVID to the Climate Threat

The COVID-19 pandemic should serve as a warning sign spotlighting the importance of disaster preparedness and the overwhelming need to impose crisis mitigation strategies nationwide. Let’s learn from recent history and confront the realities of natural disasters ahead of the curve instead of scrambling to flatten it after the fact. You can read the entire […]

ACI in the Hill’s Congress Blog: Disasters Could Be Less Disastrous

No region of the United States has a monopoly on catastrophes. Our communities are exposed to floods, hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, droughts and fires. Some of us are more accustomed to seasonal flooding and high winds, and others to drought and fires. We never know precisely when they will arrive, but we know they will surely […]