Maybe there is more than Infrastructure to Disaster-Preparedness

In recent disasters such as Super-Storm Sandy, or the terrible flooding in the Midwest — or the deluge in Thailand — there has been tons of appropriate attention to strengthening infrastructure and re-thinking buildingstormwater trends in light of rising waters.  Since the rising waters will continue, and the advent of frequent weather extremities are apparently here to stay, cities are grappling with other ways to strengthen their underpinnings, beyond the physical structure and rules.  Social networks as communication stalwarts for disaster planning are coming to the forefront.  To learn the extent of these projects and focuses, read the full article here.