Flash-development Of An Emergency Social Platform

Flash-development Of An Emergency Social Platform

September 28, 2013

Social media is not only for marketing and socializing, social media can also be very useful in times of need. This infograpic looks at the use of social media after nearly 75% of Austrailia was affected by a flood. Source

A Periodic Table of Disasters

A Periodic Table of Disasters

August 26, 2013

Richard Horne’s beautifully illustrated new book A Is for Armageddon: An Illustrated Catalogue of Disasters is the perfect last-minute gift for the end of days alarmist on your holiday list. Check out the table of contents above — a periodic table which illustrates some of the many threats to your life, from natural occurrences to […]

The Fukushima Catastrophe by The Numbers

The Fukushima Catastrophe by The Numbers

March 9, 2013

The March 2011 nuclear disaster at Fukushima, Japan, has overtaken Chernobyl and 3 Mile Island in its severity, according to The Nuclear Policy Program. Spokesperson James Acton said, “Fukusihima is the most complicated and dramatic nuclear accident ever.” It topped the International Nuclear Events Scale, scoring a record-breaking “7? out of 7 for “serious accident.” […]

Japan earthquake infographic

Japan earthquake infographic

November 10, 2012

Japan are facing one of the biggest disaster in Japanese history. All your care, praying, donating and informing gonna be precious helps for Japanese people. Your kindness could save Japan. Source

The Dark Side of Christmas

The Dark Side of Christmas

November 8, 2012

The horrifying truth about the holidays – the stress, strains and injuries that Christmas causes Source

Murmansk Avalanche Covers Belarusian Tourists

Murmansk Avalanche Covers Belarusian Tourists

November 1, 2012

March 8, 2010 in the Lovozero district, on the pass Tavayok 26 km from the town of Revda, an avalanche has covered the six Belarusian tourists – four young men and two girls. Two guys managed to escape. Only at the evening of March 9 survivors Belarusian people and got to the reported incident. Trapped […]

Haiti Disaster Relief: A Global Effort

Haiti Disaster Relief: A Global Effort

October 18, 2012

Sovereign nations, corporations, and celebrities have all taken the time to make sizable pledges. Source

How Earthquakes are Measured

How Earthquakes are Measured

September 17, 2012

The two most widely accepted characteristics of an earthquake are its magnitude and its intensity. Source

Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami

Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami

September 12, 2012

An infographic in remembrance of the tragic earthquake and tsunami which hit Japan a year ago Source

UNISDR 2011 web stats

UNISDR 2011 web stats

September 5, 2012

Have a look at some interesting 2011 statistics from our websites and learn more about the United Nation’s Office for Disaster Risk Reduction. http://www.unisdr.org Source

Natural Disasters with The Worst Economic Impact

Natural Disasters with The Worst Economic Impact

August 29, 2012

Natural disasters often strike without warning, causing death and destruction which usually results in significant financial devastation as well. While the total economic impact of the 2010 Haiti earthquake is not yet known, the cost is expected to be in the billions. This infographic presents the most costly natural disasters in history. Source

How Does a Tsunami Occur?

How Does a Tsunami Occur?

August 6, 2012

Tsunamis are very dangerous and cause massive destruction. Unfortunately, the world has been hit with two massive tsunamis in the last decade – in Japan and Thailand – and the aftermath has been heartbreaking. This infographic looks into what causes these destructive waves. Source