If we are paying attention to what is going on in the world the level of disasters from wind, water, and terrestrial forces emergency planning rises to the level of concern for everyone. Natural Disaster Program Manager Patricia Fontanet Rodriguez, kicks off a series of podcasts on emergency planning that will be done in 2023 under the leadership of Dr. Akilah Martin, co-host and co-producer of the Roots Watering Hole podcast series.
Podcast: Floodlines by The Atlantic https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/floodlines/id1501433969
Documentary: When the Levees Broke
Movie: Don’t Look Up
The Guardian: An act of rebellion: the young farmers revolutionizing Puerto Rico’s agriculture
New York Times: How the U.S. Dictates What Puerto Rico Eats
Disaster Preparedness 101 Socking Your Pantry
What to Do When the Next Megaquake Hits
Dr. Akilah and I want to thank Patricia Fontenet Rodriguez again for her time and knowledge as we work to provide information to our communities to protect their health and well-being.
The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed are the speaker’s own and do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of any entity including the Center for Urban Transformation-Chicago, the Roots Watering Hole podcast series, or any other public or private institution that either co-host and co-producer may be currently associated with now or in the past. The material and information presented here are for general information purposes only. While the podcast is designed to promote the development of healthy communities, we offer no health advice and encourage our listeners to seek more information about the topic(s) from sources of their choice.