Common belief holds that every $1 spent on disaster preparedness saves $4 when a disaster happens. But is preparedness worth the initial $1 investment?
Most pet owners share the same feeling -- our pets are part of our family. We care for them and protect their well being the same way we do our children, spouses, siblings, parents, or any other family member.
By Mark Cooper, Senior Director of Global Emergency Management, Walmart Stores, Inc.
By: Kathy Snyder, President/CEO, Maryland Chamber of Commerce
Patrick Donoho, President, Maryland Retailers Association
Jock Menzies, President, American Logistics Aid Network
Oliver R. Davidson, Senior Advisor, Business Civic Leadership Center
Just before Memorial Day, I was on vacation in Edisto Island and Charleston, SC, and ushered in the 2012 hurricane season pre-events. As we arrived, Tropical Storm Alberto formed and was making a fuss with gusts of 50 miles per hour coming ashore – no rain but plenty of wind. We had a delightf
By Jay Collins, Vice Chairman of Corporate and Investment Banking, Citi
Over the past decade, the Business Civic Leadership Center (BCLC) has issued a series of reports on the role of businesses in disaster response, primarily focusing on the philanthropic and social contributions that businesses make throughout the various stages of the disaster response process.