Stay Safe and Take Care of Each Other
Posted by Miriam Axel-Lute on October 29, 2012
Shelterforce hopes that all of our colleagues and friends in Hurricane Sandy's path are staying safe.
We know that given your work, you are probably concerned not only for yourselves and friends and family, but also the people and neighborhoods you serve who are often located in the most vulnerable areas, with the fewest options to secure their homes, choose to stay home from work, or recover from storm damage to their homes.
As these storms are only likely to increase in frequency due to climate change, once the storm passes, we'd like to hear from you about how disaster planning, disaster response, and climate change are entering into your work.