Superstorm Sandy, which wreaked havoc on the metro-New York region a year ago, is part of a growing series of natural and man-made catastrophic events that have caught communities in the U.S. and around the world unprepared. Will Puget Sound be resilient in the face of the next disaster?
On Tuesday, February 4, Northeastern University - Seattle and Dr. Stephen Flynn, an international expert on disaster resilience, will convene a panel of leaders in emergency preparedness from Seattle and King County to discuss how the Puget Sound region can best prepare for and swiftly recover from catastrophic events.
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