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IAEM-ASIA NEWS


Japan resumes nuclear power, 4 years after Fukushima disaster
CBS News
A power plant operator in southern Japan restarted a nuclear reactor, the first to begin operating under new safety requirements following the Fukushima disaster. Kyushu Electric Power Co. said it had restarted the No. 1 reactor at its Sendai nuclear plant as planned. The restart marks Japan's return to nuclear energy four-and-half-years after the 2011 meltdowns at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in northeastern Japan following an earthquake and tsunami.
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IAEM-EUROPA NEWS


IAEM now represented at the Institute of Civil Protection & Emergency Management
IAEM
IAEM-Global Board Chair Ellis Stanley, Sr., has appointed IAEM-Europa member Tim Pettis as the IAEM-Global Representative to the Board of the Institute of Civil Protection & Emergency Management (ICPEM). Tim Pettis can be reached at +44-07092358960; tim.pettis@btopenworld.com. The ICPEM offers members the opportunity to network with experienced practitioners and academics in the fields of civil protection, emergency management, resilience and associated disciplines. The mission of the ICPEM, which is headquartered in Birmingham, United Kingdom, is to bring together emergency professionals, academics and business, in order to provide an informed and influential voice on all aspects of civil protection and emergency management.
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IAEM-USA NEWS


Vote in the 2015 IAEM-USA officers election!
IAEM
Voting for IAEM-USA Second Vice President and Treasurer began on Saturday, Aug. 1, 2015, 9:00 a.m. EDT, and will end on Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015, 5:00 p.m. EDT. Eligible voters include current Individual, Affiliate, and Life members of the IAEM-USA Council. Enter the voting area here to learn about the candidates and cast your vote in this online election.
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SPONSORED CONTENT


FirstNet holds initial consultation meeting with Pennsylvania and participates in several conferences
IAEM
The First Responder Network (FirstNet) held its initial consultation meeting last week with the state of Pennsylvania. FirstNet also participated in the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) Legislative Summit, EMS PINNACLE 2015, the Missouri Sheriffs’ Association Conference, and the Tennessee Consolidated Network for Emergency Communications and Technology (TN-CNECT) conference. FirstNet also met with various state representatives in Washington and Oregon. Federal activities included a data collection meeting with the U.S. Department of Labor and an Emergency Communications Preparedness Center (ECPC) Grants Focus Group meeting. To date, FirstNet has held 44 state consultation meetings involving more than 2,800 public safety representatives. More information on this and other FirstNet news can be found in the FirstNet weekly update.
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The 2015 America's PrepareAthon! will feature weekly hazard-focused themes
IAEM
During National Preparedness Month, September 2015, America's PrepareAthon! asks you to take action on behalf of your communities. Plan how to stay safe and communicate during disasters that affect your community. This year’s public awareness campaign focuses on five weekly hazard themes: flood (Sept. 1-5); wildfire (Sept. 6-12); hurricane (Sept. 13-19); power outage (Sept. 20-26); and leading up to National PrepareAthon! Day on Sept. 30 (Sept. 27-30).
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FEMA announces policy updates to Flood Risk Analysis and Mapping Standards
IAEM
FEMA announced the revision of eight Risk Mapping, Assessment, and Planning (RiskMAP) standards as part of the semi-annual maintenance process. The revised standards add letters of map revision (LOMR) to the standards addressing use of preliminary data, and update and clarify requirements for letters of map amendment (LOMA) in coastal high hazard areas. The changes also clarify requirements for lettered, mapped cross sections on maps and profiles, and set the requirements for Key Decision Points during the mapping process. A summary of the changes in the standards and the public review is available at the FEMA library. As part of this maintenance cycle, FEMA also issued new guidance documents for RiskMAP and updating the related technical reference documents that define specific requirements for flood risk project deliverables. Download a summary of RiskMAP standards, and note that guidance maintenance is available.
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Disaster center to open in storm-ravaged Saipan
The Associated Press via Yahoo News
A multi-agency disaster recovery center is set to open on Saipan, about 10 days after a typhoon devastated the most populated island of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. The island in the U.S. territory remains without electricity, but Guam newspaper Pacific Daily News reported that water service has been restored to some villages. The disaster center is set to open with representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Red Cross and other relief agencies.
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IAEM STUDENT NEWS


Deadline extended to Oct. 2, 2015, for entries in the IAEM-USA Student Academic Research Presentation Awards Competition
IAEM
The IAEM-USA Student Region and IAEM-USA Awards & Recognition Committee have extended the deadline for the IAEM-USA Student Academic Research Presentation Awards Competition. Entries will be accepted through Friday, Oct. 2, 2015, 5:00 p.m. Eastern time. This competition is open to IAEM-USA student members only, in two categories — undergraduate and graduate — offering the opportunity to entrants to showcase their research and have it judged by experts in the field of emergency management. Presentations, judging, and awards will take place at the IAEM Annual Conference in Clark County, Nevada, and you must be present to compete. Details are posted here.
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IAEM NEWS


Your contribution is needed for the next special focus IAEM Bulletin, 'Expanding the Spectrum of Emergency Management'
IAEM
The deadline is Sept. 10 for feature article submissions on the theme of "Expanding the Spectrum of Emergency Management." This will be the last special focus issue of 2015 for the IAEM Bulletin, IAEM’s monthly newsletter. The IAEM Editorial Work Group seeks articles of 750-1,500 words. Please read the Author's Guidelines before submitting your article to Editor Karen Thompson.
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Shop for IAEM gear in our online store
IAEM
Tour the IAEM Store to view and purchase logowear online. Items will ship within 12 days directly to you. Browse available items to see an array of great styles and colors, in a full range of sizes for both men and women (some kidswear, as well). The IAEM logo — and the CEM®/AEM logos for qualified individuals — can be added to any of these items, including shirts, headwear, outerwear, bags, and accessories. The CEM® and AEM challenge coins are available for any individual to purchase. You also can order a CEM® or AEM plaque or pin once certified, or purchase an IAEM membership lapel pin. Suggestions for items to be added to the store may be emailed to Communications and Marketing Manager Dawn M. Shiley.
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NEW INSIGHTS


The cost of natural disasters
The New York Times
Every year, the United States foots a multi-billion dollar bill for the economic and insured losses incurred from natural disasters. In 2014, the costs reached $25-billion with certain regions of the country more prone to calamity than others. So what disasters are the most common and how much do they cost? This video breaks down the natural disasters by region.
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As Midwest dams reach end of life, soaked states can't handle repair costs*
NPR
More than 11,000 dams across the U.S. have protected lives and property from flooding for decades. But age is catching up to them, and many need repairs. Record rain hasn't helped matters this year.
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ANNUAL CONFERENCE UPDATE


Leadership Symposium back by popular demand at IAEM Annual Conference
IAEM
Don't miss your chance to learn firsthand how other leaders see emerging issues and trends facing the discipline of emergency management form a strategic policy-level, decision-making perspective. In partnership with the Naval Postgraduate School, IAEM is offering another interactive and thought-provoking graduate-level session at this year's conference. Participants will advance their critical thinking and strategic leadership skills through facilitated discussions and a range of problem-solving group exercises. Register today for this pre-conference session on Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015 from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
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DISASTER TECHNOLOGY NEWS


Watch the incredible force of a typhoon move a skyscraper's 700-ton mass damper
Gizmodo
Mass dampers are designed to counteract the swaying of a skyscraper as it's buffeted by strong winds or earthquakes. But it's incredibly rare to see one of these huge devices moving more an a few inches. Unless, of course, there’s a typhoon nearby. As the deadly Typhoon Soudelor swept across Taiwan and eastern China, winds reached upwards of 130 mph, bending mailboxes and lifting 747s off the ground in Taiwan. How did Taipei 101, one of the world's tallest buildings at 1,651 feet, deal with the force of the winds? Like most supertall skyscrapers, 101 has something called a mass damper that's designed to counteract the lateral (sideways) force of winds. And during the worst of the storm, it broke a record for how much it swayed, as Popular Mechanics explains.
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Drones pose new risks for firefighters battling California wildfires
CBS News
Dozens of wildfires are burning in the West again. In Northern California, the "Jerusalem fire" more than doubled in size to 12,000 acres overnight before merging with another fire. Also more than doubling, the number of encounters between firefighting aircraft and drones. It happened 13 times this year compared to four last year. As photographer Jeff Hall guided his drone into the air in Northern California, he captured images of the huge plume of smoke rising from a growing wildfire. As dangerous as wildfires can be, drone pilots have been drawn to them. At least 13 times this year firefighters have reported seeing drones flying near major fires.
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Statisticians using social media to track foodborne illness and improve disaster response
Phys.Org
The growing popularity and use of social media around the world is presenting new opportunities for statisticians to glean insightful information from the infinite stream of posts, tweets and other online communications that will help improve public safety. Two such examples — one that enhances systems to track foodborne illness outbreaks and another designed to improve disaster-response activities — were presented at the 2015 Joint Statistical Meetings in Seattle.
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As phone companies ditch copper, they nix the ability to call during blackouts*
The Christian Science Monitor
The Federal Communications Commission put several new rules in place to regulate telecom companies looking to move away from the old copper wires that have carried voices across town and around the world for more than a century. But, until these decisions, if you wanted to know what was going on with your carrier's network decisions, you'd need to go online to the FCC's website and try to find your answers. Now, your phone company has to tell you, directly.
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How Sellafield's radiation-proof robots do our dirty work*
BBC News
It was the birthplace of Britain's nuclear industry, and the site of its worst nuclear accident. For decades, the Sellafield plant in Cumbria could lay claim to being one of the most controversial industrial complexes in Britain. Now, however, it is playing a new role — as a giant test bed for specialized technology and techniques used in nuclear decommissioning.
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Los Angeles fighting drought with millions of black plastic balls
USA Today
The Los Angeles Reservoir has now turned black, but not from any kind of pollution. Over several months, city officials have been unleashing 96 million black plastic balls into the city's 175-acre reservoir in an effort to fight the effects of California's drought. The final 20,000 were just dropped in. How is turning the reservoir into what Gizmodo calls a "goth-looking PlayPlace" going to help?
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CEM® UPDATE


Need help with your certification application? Resources are available
IAEM
IAEM provides a list of helpful resources to assist candidates in the certification application process in its online Certification Resource Center. Get your questions answered today by reviewing the materials available in this online resource area.
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EM RESOURCES


Heat Safety Toolkit offered by Ready Campaign and America's PrepareAthon!
IAEM
FEMA's Ready Campaign and America's PrepareAthon! recommend using social media to promote extreme heat safety. Messages have been developed that you can share on social media. You also can adapt the social media content to meet your community's needs. Download the Heat Safety Toolkit as well as all of the 2015 Seasonal Social Media Toolkits.
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American Red Cross launches new Emergency app
IAEM
The American Red Cross (ARC) has launched a new mobile application (app) called Emergency that can take your disaster preparedness to the next level. This all-inclusive app provides real-time severe weather alerts and safety information for various hazards, including earthquakes, landslides, and tsunamis. You can customize the app by choosing to receive alerts for hazards that impact your community the most. Other features include: more than 35 severe weather alerts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the U.S. Geological Survey; expert Red Cross tips and guidance on what to do before, during and after severe weather hits; a toggle to view content in Spanish; and engaging quizzes to test your knowledge on emergency topics. Download the free mobile app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.
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U.S. Fire Administration releases three new topical fire reports
IAEM
The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) released three new topical fire reports that look at the characteristics of fires in one- and two-family and multifamily homes and other residential buildings for the period 2011 to 2013. Annually, an estimated 372,900 fires in residential buildings resulted in an average of 2,530 deaths, 13,125 injuries, and $7 billion in property loss. Eighty-three percent of all fire deaths and 79 percent of all fire injuries occurred in residential buildings. These reports are available for free download from the U.S. Fire Administration's website. The USFA statistical reports explore aspects of the U.S. fire problem that affect Americans in their daily lives. Primarily based on data collected through USFA's National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS), the reports briefly address the nature and relevance of the specific fire or fire-related problem, highlight important findings, and suggest other resources to consider for further information.
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NARR launches new website with on radiological preparedness
IAEM
The National Alliance on Radiation Readiness (NARR) recently launched its new website at www.radiationready.org. IAEM-USA is a partner of NARR, and Bill Pook, MEP, is the IAEM outreach liaison with the organization. NARR seeks to build radiological emergency preparedness, along with response and recovery capabilities, and to serve as the collective "voice of health" in radiological preparedness. The new clearinghouse website provides a forum for sharing and evaluating practices, resources, and tools related to radiological readiness.
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FedEx-style system for humanitarian aid is now free to all*
Wired
Syria is now in its fifth year of civil war. More than half the country's population has been displaced by the conflict, the International Rescue Committee estimates. The IRC has been providing aid such as food and medical supplies in the area for years, but its staff and volunteers can't enter Syria to deliver the goods themselves. Instead, they depend on local Syrian organizations to pick up shipments from the border and deliver them to the hospitals and refugee camps that need them.
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EM NEWS


Swiss Re: Disaster claims on insurers drop by a 3rd in 1st half of 2015
Reuters
Disaster claims on insurers in the first half of the year fell by nearly a third from the same period last year to $16.5 billion, even though the percentage of losses covered by insurance rose, a study by the world's second biggest reinsurer Swiss Re showed. A drop in payouts can lead to calls by insurers for cheaper reinsurance. Total economic losses from natural catastrophes and man-made disasters totaled $37.4 billion in the first half, down from $59.0 billion a year ago, according to preliminary estimates from the Swiss Re study.
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How to save a sinking coast? Katrina created a laboratory*
The New York Times
Ten years ago, the neighborhood hard by the 17th Street canal in this city was water-blasted. The surges from Hurricane Katrina swept into the canal, broke through its flood walls and forced homes off their foundations. Much of New Orleans remained steeped in brackish filth for weeks until the sodden city could be drained.
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Ebola prevention messages: How not to sound like a broken record*
European Commission's Humanitarian aid and Civil Protection
"ABC: Avoid Body Contact," "No touch" and "Ebola is real" became mantras to chant and print across Sierra Leone as the country was battling the unprecedented Ebola outbreak which began in May 2014. Catchy and simple, communities latched onto these snappy sayings and, for the most part, lived by them. Education through social mobilization led to behavior change. Case rates tumbled. Over 3,000 Red Cross volunteers engaged in the Ebola emergency response have been central to binding communities to the words that will protect them from Ebola.
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USGS study: Nearly half of all Americans at risk from damaging earthquakes
The Weather Channel
Potentially damaging earthquakes are a threat to nearly half of all Americans, according to a new study released by the U.S. Geological Survey. More than 143 million of the 313 million Americans living in the contiguous U.S. — about 46 percent — are at risk of experiencing a damaging tremor, the study found. The full findings of the report were published in the professional journal Earthquake Spectra. Alaska, Hawaii and U.S. territories were not included in the study, but when those populations are added, the overall percentage of threatened U.S. citizens rises even closer to 50 percent.
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AROUND THE WORLD


Flooding prompts 11,000 to evacuate Buenos Aires province
The Associated Press via The Wall Street Journal
More than 11,000 people had been evacuated from parts of Argentina's largest province after heavy rains caused rivers to rise precipitously, a top official said. After a visit to the worst flood-hit areas, National Security Secretary Sergio Berni told reporters that the 11,000 evacuees hail from 39 municipalities in Buenos Aires province. Local television reports showed emergency workers traversing streets in boats in some areas.
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Death toll in Egypt's scorching heat wave rises to over 60
The Associated Press via ABC News
Egypt's state news agency says 21 more people have died due to a scorching heat wave, raising the death toll to more than 60. The official MENA news agency said Wednesday that the latest deaths are from the previous day, mostly elderly people. It says 581 people are in hospital for heat exhaustion. The Mideast has been hit by a heat wave since late July. Egyptian summers are usually hot, but temperatures this week soared to 46 degrees Celsius (114 degrees Fahrenheit) in the south.
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Death toll reaches 90 in Japan's record-setting heat wave
The Weather Channel
A long-lived and intense heat wave has made 2015 the worst year for heat-related deaths since 2010, Japanese government officials confirmed in a report released Tuesday. The government's Fire and Disaster Management Agency released its routine weekly heat mortality report Tuesday morning. After a week that brought all-time records to Japan's northern prefectures and part of an unprecedented eight-day streak of 95-degree days to Tokyo, the news was predictably grim.
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Typhoon Soudelor impacts: As many as 34 killed; millions without power in China
The Weather Channel
Typhoon Soudelor battered Taiwan and China, leaving at least 34 dead and several more missing. The Chinese government says 26 people have been killed by typhoon-related impacts, with the deaths coming in the provinces of Zhejiang, Fujian, Anhui and Jiangxi. More than 65,000 homes were damaged or destroyed in China by the storm. In China's Fujian province, where the storm destroyed 36 homes and damaged 281 others, authorities evacuated more than 370,000 people prior to landfall, The Associated Press reported. Soudelor knocked out power to more than 4 million Chinese citizens, the report added.
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Millions of gallons of waste turn Colorado river yellow
BBC News
A toxic leak of wastewater that has turned a Colorado river mustard yellow is three times larger than US officials had originally estimated. The Environmental Protection Agency now says that three million gallons of wastewater spilled from an abandoned mine last week. The EPA does not believe wildlife is in significant danger because the sludge moved so quickly downstream. Local authorities took steps to protect drinking water supplies and farms.
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A stunning 5 million acres have now burned in Alaskan wildfires this year
The Washington Post
Last month, wildfire watchers were astounded as terrifying wildfires raged across the state of Alaska. Sometimes the records would come in with 300,000 or more new acres burned in a single day. It seemed inevitable that the 2015 wildfire season would quickly catch up with and then surpass the all-time record year, 2004, when 6,590,140 acres burned. But then the weather shifted. Rains moved in, and satellite analysts downsized their size estimates of some fires. Instead of racing forward, the fire acreage numbers slowed or even stopped their increase. Only recently have they started to tick back up again.
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HI-EMA, Coast Guard partner to prep for Hilda
Big Island Now
As recently-downgraded Tropical Storm Hilda continues on its path towards the Hawaiian Islands, the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, local emergency management and civil defense agencies, and federal and state partners continue to work together to monitor the storm as it continues to weaken.
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Japanese tsunami trash is littering the West Coast
The Weather Channel
In 2011, a 9.0-magnitude earthquake struck 200 miles off the coast of Tokyo causing a tsunami that would take 15,000 lives and lead to billions of dollars in damage. Four years later, the effort to clean up some five million tons of debris washed into the ocean continues — halfway around the world. Part of that effort comes in the form of a 300-foot barge steadily working its way down the United States' West Coast.
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Dust storm covers Phoenix; more than 10,000 lose power
The Weather Channel
A dust storm, also known as a haboob, moved into Phoenix recently, turning the sky red. The DOT warned drivers that visibility would be close to nothing, and they should be prepared to pull off to the side of the road. After the dust storm passed, the Arizona Department of Transportation reported no haboob-related accidents on the freeways near Phoenix.
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Huge boulders block Arizona highway after flash flood
The Weather Chanel
A wave of rushing water after a flash flood in northern Arizona sent mud and huge boulders crashing onto U.S. Highway 89A near the Grand Canyon, leaving transportation crews with a massive cleanup effort ahead of them after the storm. The Arizona Department of Transportation reported that a 24-mile-long stretch of the highway was closed from about five miles west of Marble Canyon, Arizona, to Jacob Lake, near the junction of U.S. highways 89A and 67, the route to the north rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
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More evacuations ordered as Northern California blaze grows; other wildfires roast the West
Fox News
A wildfire that forced some California residents to flee their home for a second time in recent weeks is rapidly growing, prompting authorities to order more evacuations. Several fires are raging in other parts of the parched West. Here's a look at hotspots around Western states.
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