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Do water bottles expire? What you need to know when the power goes out
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Do water bottles expire? What you need to know when the power goes out

Recovery from Hurricane Fiona cuts to the heart of U S-Puerto Rico relations
A birds-eye view of homes flooded by Hurricane Fiona in Puerto Rico

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Recovery from Hurricane Fiona cuts to the heart of U S-Puerto Rico relations

What the world can learn from the devastating floods in Pakistan

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What the world can learn from the devastating floods in Pakistan

The best way to get back to normal after devastating tornados? Just start somewhere.

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The best way to get back to normal after devastating tornados? Just start somewhere.

The perils of ‘doomscrolling’ when the world is on fire
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The perils of ‘doomscrolling’ when the world is on fire

How to rebound from disasters? Resilience starts in the neighborhood

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How to rebound from disasters? Resilience starts in the neighborhood

Would it have been possible to predict the New Zealand volcano eruption?

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Would it have been possible to predict the New Zealand volcano eruption?

Can nature reduce the damage caused by hurricanes?

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Can nature reduce the damage caused by hurricanes?

Global resilience expert at Northeastern University says scientists, engineers, and city planners need to collaborate to prepare for the next Hurricane Dorian
Town employees of Emerald Isle work to clear the road after a tornado hit the beach town in North Carolina as Hurricane Dorian moved up the East coast on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019. AP Photo/Tom Copeland

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Global resilience expert at Northeastern University says scientists, engineers, and city planners need to collaborate to prepare for the next Hurricane Dorian

Northeastern University research shows maintaining strong community ties boosts survival rates after a crisis
Cars sit submerged in water from Hurricane Dorian in Freeport, Bahamas, Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

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Northeastern University research shows maintaining strong community ties boosts survival rates after a crisis

Natural shoreline barriers on US coasts play a key role in protecting coastal communities from storms like Hurricane Dorian
This satellite image, taken on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019 and provided by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, shows Hurricane Dorian moving off the east coast of Florida in the Atlantic Ocean. NOAA via AP

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Natural shoreline barriers on US coasts play a key role in protecting coastal communities from storms like Hurricane Dorian

Northeastern’s Charlotte campus prepares for Hurricane Florence

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Northeastern’s Charlotte campus prepares for Hurricane Florence