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Vermont Issues 130: State Trying to Bully North Clarendon over Supposed Wetland Damage
 
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When it Comes to Lightning, Don't Catch the Big One
 
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Pro fisherman Jason Mitchell provides an important lightning safety message to fishermen.
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Cyanobacteria outbreak fouls Lake Carmi, homeowners fuming
 
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Vermont's Lake Carmi seeing huge cyanobacteria outbreak, closing beach and fouling water intakes. Subscribe to WPTZ on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1e9vG0j Get more Burlington/Plattsburgh news: http://wptz.com Like us: http://facebook.com/5WPTZ Follow us: http://twitter.com/WPTZ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+WPTZ
Views: 333 MyNBC5-WPTZ
Adding International Incidents to Your Campus All-Hazard Emergency Response Plan
 
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In this webinar, Pascal Schuback, former Global Emergency Manager at the University of Washington and Director at Humanitarian Toolbox, presents essential elements needed to expand your campus all-hazard emergency response plan to include international incidents. Pascal provides information on study abroad programs (faculty-led and independent), academic research, athletics, and general university travelers. He discusses the international role for each phase of emergency management (planning, response, recovery, and mitigation) as well as the international-specific committees, resources, simple training, and exercises to work through for a better understanding of possible risks. This captioned recording includes the questions asked and answered during the live webinar.
Federal Disaster Recovery Coordination (FDRC)
 
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Federal Disaster Recovery Coordination promotes their services available to communities in need of recovery assistance regarding engineering, architecture, long term planning along with many other technical facets and guidance.
Views: 1354 FEMA
The Water Cycle
 
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The first in a series, CoCoRaHS Presents: The Water Cycle Learn about the water cycle with this fun new video!!!
Views: 633484 CoCoRaHS HQ
FEMA Public Assistance Grant Process in Florida
 
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FEMA Public Assistance Grant Process in Florida was a presentation done for a class grade and not endorsed by FEMA or the Florida Division of Emergency Management
Views: 112 BA Paterniti
CDC Grand Rounds: Climate Change and Health – From Science to Practice
 
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Changes occurring in the world’s climate pose significant threats to human health and wellbeing and will have even greater impacts in the future. These threats are wide-ranging, including decreased air quality and increases in extreme weather events, wildfire, and illnesses transmitted by water, and disease-carriers, such as mosquitoes and ticks. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/cdcgrandrounds/video/2014/GR_12-16-2014.wmv
Using Solar for Resilience
 
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Understanding how solar energy can help support a more reliable, resilient grid as part of the city and county solar PV training program. More information: https://www.nrel.gov/technical-assistance/local-governments.html
Views: 46 NREL Learning
Sports and Special Event Security Planning: Best Practices
 
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Richard Morman, CPP, CSSP - Independent Consultant and Deputy Chief of Police (Retired), The Ohio State University discussed best practices for safely and effectively managing large on-campus events. The terrorism incidents on 9-11-2001 changed the way we all looked at security planning and management forever. Prior to 9-11 those of us that were tasked with planning and managing sports and special event security primarily planned for traffic, parking, crowd management and an occasional weather related incident. That has all changed and continues to evolve. In this presentation, we examined current best practices for safely and effectively managing large on-campus events.
NCCPS Update Webinar 11 17 16
 
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Since its launch in 2014, the National Center for Campus Public Safety (NCCPS) has provided resources and technical assistance to campus public safety professionals, emergency management officials, and senior leadership by creating professional development opportunities, examining emerging campus safety issues, and adding to our comprehensive online library of resources relevant to these communities. This presentation is from a webinar on NCCPS activities including highlights from emerging issues forums on institutionalizing the Clery Act, global safety, policing off-campus communities, marijuana legalization, police and community relations, and campus carry; our Trauma-Informed Sexual Assault Investigation and Adjudication Institute; outcomes of a nationwide higher education emergency management needs assessment; and other projects. Director Kim Richmond also discussed future NCCPS activities and initiatives and solicited feedback from attendees on what topics of concern should be addressed in the future.
Open Arms: Expanding the Cultural Emergency Preparedness Community
 
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The Library of Congress celebrates Preservation Week with this lecture as the IFLA PAC (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions - Preservation and Conservation) center for the U.S.A. and Canada. This presentation presented details on a variety of new initiatives that are working to broaden cooperation in disaster planning and recovery. Speaker Biography: Tom Clareson is senior consultant for digital & preservation services at LYRASIS. He consults and teaches workshops on preservation, disaster preparedness, digitization, digital preservation, special collections/archives, remote storage, funding, strategic planning and advocacy. For transcript and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=7912
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MEMA 2018 Hurricane Preparedness Webinar Recording
 
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n May 2018, MEMA partnered with FEMA and the National Weather Service to offer Hurricane Preparedness Webinars. This webinar contained information to help public safety partners prepare for the upcoming hurricane season. See: https://www.mass.gov/service-details/mema-conferences-and-webinars for PDF of presentation slides.
Views: 104 MassachusettsEMA
Understanding Disaster Impacts
 
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Following Georgia's historic flooding, FEMA specialists are analyzing and interpreting thousands of pieces of information to better understand the disaster's impacts.
Views: 3274 FEMA
Community Resilience Organizations 2015 Retreat
 
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Slideshow of the Community Resilience Organizations (CROs) 2015 statewide retreat, held May 17-18 at the Basin Harbor Club. Vermont's first six pilot towns came together to meet, learn about new ideas in community resilience, and plan local action projects. Learn more at www.gocros.org
Understanding How the REMS TA Center Supports Institutions of Higher Education
 
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Learn more about how the Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools Technical Assistance Center (REMS TA Center) supports institutions of higher education (IHEs). In this webinar, Madeline Sullivan, contracting officer’s representative for the REMS TA Center, and Janelle Hughes, director of communications for the REMS TA Center, provide an overview of the services, resources, and support systems available to IHEs. They showcase the REMS TA Center website and the sections it houses to support IHEs, as well as describe key resources that have been developed by federal partners in higher education safety, security, and emergency preparedness to support the development of high-quality emergency operations plans (EOPs) for IHEs.
Visualizing the Impact of Future Climate on Pine Forests
 
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Download video at http://gallery.usgs.gov/videos/1006 This webinar was conducted as part of the Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series, hosted in partnership by the USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center and the FWS National Conservation Training Center. Webinar Summary: Loblolly pine is the most productive and valuable commercial forest species in the southeast U.S. and comprises 80% of the planted forestland in the southeast. Southeastern forests contain 1/3 of the contiguous U.S. forest carbon and form the backbone of an industry that supplies 16% of global industrial wood. The Pine Integrated Network: Education, Mitigation, and Adaptation Project (PINEMAP) focuses on understanding this valuable resource and communicating how climate will affect planted loblolly pine forests in the southern US. Visualizing climate impacts can be challenging, especially when the issues of uncertainty and a spread of future climates scenarios are considered. The PINEMAP web tool is a solution for displaying the future climate scenarios in both time and space by exploring factors most important to southern pine tree management. The downscaling effort for this work was supported in part by the Northwest and Southeast Climate Science Centers through the Evaluation and Downscaling of CMIP5 Climate Simulations for the Southeast U.S. project, which created critical inputs for the PINEMAP climate data visualization.
Views: 393 USGS
Old Forge Pond Dam
 
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In Massachusetts Spring 2010 rain caused widespread flooding and damage to property and homes. In Freetown Massachusetts, high water threatens to overrun a run a old dam. The state and local community responded and coordinated with FEMA.
Views: 280 FEMA
National Disaster Resilience Competition Briefing
 
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This webcast provides an overview of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) National Disaster Resilience Competition (NCRC), which will award supplemental CDBG Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds to eligible state and local applicants that successfully compete for resilient recovery activities. A full copy of the NDRC Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) can be found at: https://www.hudexchange.info/cdbg-dr/resilient-recovery. The NDRC NOFA was released on September 17, 2014. During the first 45 days after publication of this NOFA, any potential Applicant may provide HUD a single written request with “most impacted and distressed” and “unmet recovery needs” threshold responses for one or more potential target areas. Phase 1 applications will be due 180 days after NOFA publication.
Views: 935 HUDchannel
Philip Parr Career Video
 
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Philip Parr, Federal Coordinating Officer, explains his role at FEMA and how it benefits the emergency management team.
Views: 782 FEMA
Review and Wrap Up of Risk Mitigation Blog Series
 
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Virtual CAP published 9 blog posts in 2015 highlighting risk mitigation resources for Community Action Agencies. This webinar reviews all 9 blog posts. To view or download the slides please go to http://bit.ly/RiskBlog_Slides
Facebook Live: Hurricane Irma Press Conference 9-15- 2017
 
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Acting Secretary Elaine Duke, Department of Homeland Security, Secretary Rick Perry, Department of Energy, and Administrator Brock Long, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provide an update on the federal response to Hurricane Irma
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Organizational Self Assessment for Risk Mitigation
 
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Join Community Action Partnership s for a webinar featuring Sue Buckley on organization self-assessment as it pertains to risk mitigation. In this webinar, attendees learn about the following key points: • Why an agency should implement a risk assessment • What constitutes a risk assessment • Risk Management Techniques • The Role of the Board, Senior Staff, and Program Directors in Risk Management. This will be beneficial for any Community Action Agency that wants to enhance their agency’s ability asses risk and address pitfalls before they become serious problems. The skills covered in this webinar are a must for agency stability and success. To download the slides please go to http://bit.ly/BuckleyAssessmentSlides
Planning and Sustainability Meeting April 12, 2016
 
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Agenda 12:30 p.m. Call to Order Items of Interest from Commissioners Director's Report 12:35 p.m.: Consent Agenda Consideration of Minutes from March 22, 2016 PSC meeting 12:36 p.m. RW #8070, SW Florida St west of SW 45th Hearing / Recommendation 12:50 p.m. Task 5: Transportation System Plan Work Session / Recommendation 2:50 p.m. Task 5: Residential & Open Space Zoning Map ** Hearing 4:45 p.m. Adjourn For background information, call 503-823-7700, or email psc@portlandoregon.gov. ** The Task 5: Residential & Open Space Zoning Map agenda item is a public hearing, and testimony will be taken. Testimony will be limited to 2 minutes per person and may be changed at the Chair’s discretion. Testimony cards/sign-up will begin at 12:00 p.m. The City of Portland will make reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities. Please notify us no fewer than five (5) business days prior to the event by phone 503-823-7700, by the City's TTY at 503-823-6868, or by the Oregon Relay Service at 1-800-735-2900. Meetings will be lived streamed on the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability YouTube site at https://www.youtube.com/c/portlandbps. Meeting playback on Channel 30 are scheduled to start the Friday following the meeting. Starting times may occur earlier for meetings over three hours long, and meetings may be shown at additional times as scheduling requires. Channel 30: Friday at 3 p.m. | Sunday at 7:00 a.m. | Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
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The Infinite Corridor and Beyond
 
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The symposium opens by exploring campus architecture and design, including the story of MIT's Main Group and its influence on other campuses during the past 100 years. Topics include campus planning and learning spaces, with insight into the design of two newer campuses: the Singapore University of Technology and Design and the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology. Hashim Sarkis, Session chair; Professor and Dean, MIT School of Architecture and Planning Mark Jarzombek, Professor of the History and Theory of Architecture, MIT Hilary Ballon, Professor of Urban Studies and Architecture, NYU; Deputy Vice Chancellor, NYU Abu Dhabi David Adjaye, Principal and Founder, Adjaye Associates, London and New York Christian Veddeler, Director, Senior Architect, UNStudio Julie Newman, Director, Office of Sustainability; Lecturer, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT
Business Continuity: Getting Your Ducks in a Row
 
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Are you interested in learning more about the benefits and basics of continuity planning in higher education? In this webinar, presenter Krista M. Dillon, Director of Operations for Safety and Risk Services at the University of Oregon, focuses on the definition, benefits, and basics of continuity planning in higher education. As discussed in our January 17, 2017 webinar, Findings of the 2016 National Higher Education Emergency Management Program Needs Assessment, only 36% of institutions of higher education surveyed currently have business continuity plans in place. These plans help minimize the negative effects of an emergency incident and expedite the restoration of functions on campus. The session also incorporates several examples of how the University of Oregon implemented various continuity plans for planned and unplanned disruptions including a fire in a research facility, a graduate student work stoppage, and large special events like the US Olympic Track and Field Trials. Krista discusses the on-the-fly business continuity planning that took place following the active shooter incident at Umpqua Community College. Participants will take away lessons learned from the application of business continuity plans for a variety of incidents.
River Ice Processes
 
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This is a recording of our virtual webinar which was recorded on 2/11/15.
Views: 192 NWSBurlington
Findings of the 2016 National Higher Education Emergency Management Program Needs Assessment
 
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This presentation is part of the National Center for Campus Public Safety’s (NCCPS’s) free webinar series, Campus Public Safety Online. André Le Duc discusses the five final recommendations, which were vetted and refined by an advisory committee, of the 2016 National Higher Education Emergency Management Program Needs Assessment. The findings are part of a study requested and sponsored by the NCCPS, the Disaster Resilient Universities® Network, and the International Association of Emergency Managers-Universities and Colleges Caucus. Data was collected from a survey of emergency management practitioners at institutions of higher education (IHEs), targeted interviews, case studies, discussions at a summit of representatives from IHEs, and input from a project advisory committee. The assessment looked at campus emergency management needs from an all-hazards and all-phases (e.g. preparedness, threat assessment, mitigation, response, continuity, and recovery) perspective. André is Associate Vice President of Safety and Risk Services (SRS) and the Chief Resilience Officer of the University of Oregon. The SRS portfolio provides leadership, expertise, and guidance on a variety of topics related to risk management, law enforcement, occupational health and safety, fire and life safety, environmental management, emergency management and business continuity. André's professional career and academic research are focused on the development of community and organizational resilience.
NWS Burlington Flood Safety Awareness: Flood Safety Preparedness
 
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National Weather Service in Burlington, Vermont discussion of Flood Safety & Preparedness before and during a flooding event.
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HLS Library Book Talk | 'What They Do With Your Money'
 
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The HLS Library hosted a book discussion panel about "What They Do With Your Money: How the Financial System Fails Us and How to Fix It" by Stephen Davis, Jon Lukomnik, and David Pitt-Watson. Nell Minow moderated the discussion. Panelists included: Stephen Davis, Associate Director of the Harvard Law School Programs on Corporate Governance and Institutional Investors Robert C. Clark, Austin Wakeman Scott Professor of Law, Harvard Law School Robert G. Eccles, Professor of Management Practice, Harvard Business School Jon Lukomnik, Executive Director, Investor Responsibility Center Institute (IRRCi)
Views: 438 Harvard Law School
2014 CITT Town Hall Meeting
 
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2014 Center for International Trade and Transportation State of the Trade and Transportation Industry Town Hall Meeting. October 15th, 2014 at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center on the Campus of California State University Long Beach
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Audubon Presentation with David Yarnold & Patrick Comins
 
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On January 24th, Connecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection welcomed David Yarnold, President of the National Audubon Society as part of Commissioner Dan Esty's Lecture Series. Mr. Yarnold spoke about the reinvention of Audubon and how the organization is no longer just about birds, but works to promote a variety of environmental issues and build public interest in them. He also highlighted the work of Audubon CT and the importance of state chapters in the national picture. In addition to Mr. Yarnold, Patrick Comins, Director of Bird Conservation for Audubon CT also spoke about the efforts of the state chapter.
Views: 442 DEEP Video
FEMA Saves Training Dollars
 
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FEMA trains its employees both at a formal training facility and in the field. In Iowa and around the country training is going on that not only gives specific instruction but is saving travel dollars and worker time by bringing the instructor into the field.
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Joint Legislative Budget Hearing on Environmental Conservation - 01/28/15
 
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Joint Legislative Budget Hearing on Environmental Conservation - 01/28/15
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