Two disaster management experts talk about why improvements in technology and other advances haven’t significantly decreased the loss of human life or the material devastation inflicted by natural disasters. They’ll also talk about what more could be done to protect people from hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, and other destructive natural events.


  • Dennis Mileti Director of the Natural Hazards Research and Applications Center in Boulder, Colorado, and author of "Disasters by Design"
  • Kathleen Tierney Disaster Reserach Center at the University of Delaware


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