What do Boston, Massachusetts; Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Amman, Jordan; and Athens, Greece all have in common?
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation publishes content on disaster response and related issues. Find and access current and archived items in our database.
When it comes to preparing and responding to natural disasters, data is a critical resource.
No one wants to think about disasters happening, especially a large earthquake, but the good news is they are the most survivable natural disaster. People just need to know what to do so that they react correctly.
The Foundation's Corporate Citizenship Center and its Data-Driven Innovation project are exploring responses to the outbreak of the deadly virus.
I joined Citi in 2004, after two decades in public service at the New York City Police Department and Office of Emergency Management (OEM).
When a devastating tornado struck Henryville, Indiana, the town’s only school was destroyed along with many homes and businesses. While many community members were unsure about what to do next, the children, teachers, and parents were asking when they could return to school.