“Disaster is personal and can’t be compared. Once thesky is blue again and the water, fire, shaking, or surgeis gone, the scene is always familiar. The remains are gray with a mottling of brown. Shades of shadow are the only color. Aftermath looks pretty much the same.” Jane-Claire in AGAINST THE WIND
With over 200 tornadoes ripping through the United States this week, extreme weather once again claims headlines. Ohio, Kansas, Oklahoma, and New Jersey. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/may/30/tornados-us-weather-latest-warnings-texas-new-jersey-kansas?CMP=share_btn_link
Hurricane Season starts June 1.
Fires are already burning in California.
Every year over 25.8 million people are affected by a natural disaster across the world.
Six Thousand Natural Disasters have occurred worldwide over the last twenty years, with a million lives lost, two hundred million people affected, and trillions of dollars in property damage.