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Floods. Record water levels. Bloated waterways. Constant rain. Deaths. Loss of homes. Destruction of businesses. Evacuations. So many questions and not many answers. Sadly this is reality for people living in the U.S. Midwest, Northern England and South America. We are seeing photos and images of highways swamped with water, homes floating down rivers, and water running down city streets. It’s challenging to write about these natural disasters when people are right in the middle of them - literally fighting for their lives. In future weeks and months there will be lots of analysis and review to determine how people…
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It’s Time to Think and Talk About Water (and the Environment)
What do you think about when you turn on your tap to fill your coffee pot or to run a...
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Seven Crucial Personal Strategies to Get Your Boss to Listen to You
According to a recent DRJ professional development Web program promotion, “BC professionals are losing their jobs daily and many of...
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Looking Back to Move Forward
We’re in the last few weeks of 2015 and we already have eyes pointed forward to 2016. But before we...
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Can Your Organization Survive a National Disaster?
http://msmonline.bu.edu/survive-a-natural-disaster/
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