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  • What are the States with the Least Natural Disasters?

    Last year 97 natural disasters occurred in the United States. Natural disasters are adverse events that take place, leaving damage, destruction, and loss of lives. Natural hazards such as hurricanes, tornadoes, winter storms, wildfires, floods, or earthquakes, provoke natural disasters. The cause... View Post
  • Natural Hazard Vs. Natural Disaster - What’s the Difference?

    While the terms natural hazard Vs. natural disaster are often used interchangeably, they don’t mean exactly the same. If you are interested in learning more about disaster preparedness and gaining a deeper understanding of these events, this guide is for you.  Read ahead to find out the terms’ d... View Post
  • Disaster Preparedness Tips: Wildland Fire Behavior Explained

    While it's not always possible to predict the precise trigger or spark for a wildfire, its risk can be estimated to some extent when one understands the patterns it follows. The term “wildland fire behavior” describes how fuel ignites, flame develops, and fire spreads, as well as common factors ... View Post
  • Everything You Need to Know About Hazard Insurance

    A natural disaster can strike when you least expect it, so it’s essential to always be prepared. There are many aspects when it comes to ensuring your safety and minimizing the negative effects of such emergencies, yet surviving a calamity is often just the beginning of an uphill battle.  Getting... View Post
  • How to Keep Documents Safe from Natural Disasters

    Did you know that in 2021, the United States was hit by a record-breaking 20 weather/climate disasters, each totaling over $1 billion in damages?  Earthquakes, floods, and fires are all natural calamities that can be catastrophic to households and businesses. Thus, it's critical to organize secur... View Post
  • Is the Ring of Fire Volcanic Activity Increasing?

    The Ring of Fire is well-known worldwide for its volcanic activity. While the rate of the eruptions in it isn’t increasing, the damage they cause is. This is largely due to the fact that the Earth’s population is growing, and larger numbers of people have to settle in close proximity to volcanoes... View Post

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