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2018 FEMA Region III Sustainability Toolkit

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We know it’s important to be prepared for emergencies through the first 72-hours, but what about the post 72-hour timeframe? With the growing frequency and severity of emergencies, coupled with the interdependence of all of us living on the “grid,” it is more important than ever before to communally foster a culture of preparedness and self-reliance. This toolkit will give stakeholders vital information on cost-effective and environmentally friendly ways to generate power for their home as well as alternate ways to accomplish tasks without power. Additionally, this toolkit will advise stakeholders of what to look for in a shelter location as well as a few wilderness sheltering methods.

For additional information, please contact Amanda Hancher, FEMA Region III's Community Preparedness Officer, at amanda.hancher@fema.dhs.gov.

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We know it’s important to be prepared for emergencies through the first 72-hours, but what about the post 72-hour timeframe? With the growing frequency and severity of emergencies, coupled with the interdependence of all of us living on the grid, it is more important than ever before to communally foster a culture of preparedness and self-reliance. This toolkit will give stakeholders vital information on cost-effective and environmentally friendly ways to generate power for their home as well as alternate ways to accomplish tasks without power. Additionally, this toolkit will advise stakeholders of what to look for in a shelter location as well as a few wilderness sheltering methods.

For additional information, please contact Amanda Hancher, FEMA Region III's Community Preparedness Officer, at amanda.hancher@fema.dhs.gov.

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