NBC - Nuclear, Biological, Chemical

Just one flood could unleash a flow of industrial chemicals and overwhelm a working-class, mostly Latino community.
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The document introduces the case study about reconstruction from Great East Japan Earthquake in Odaka District, Minamisoma City, Fukushima Prefecture. (Soft Measures, such as Evacuation Drills, etc.)
The IAEA, along with 77 Member States and 12 international organizations, concluded a two day international emergency exercise today that tested responses to a simulated accident at a nuclear power plant (NPP) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Researcher Casey Kalman discusses how chemical facilities can prepare for worsening climate change and disasters.
A report published recently noted that the permanently frozen land thawing in the Arctic at increasing rates due to global warming could potentially release radioactive waste from Cold War-era weapons production and damage from mining.
Nuclear power station in a field
To assist nuclear installations handling nuclear material in the response to adverse external events, the IAEA is developing a system that will alert the Agency of such events that could potentially affect nuclear sites.
The National Academy of Sciences has funded a project that will identify nature-based solutions that can address climate-induced flood risks bearing down on industrial facilities in Galveston Bay, Texas and limit future disasters.
Polluted river
As floods increase in frequency and intensity, chemicals buried in river sediments become “ticking time bombs” waiting to activate.

This report explains that disaster events are only the tip of the iceberg, by highlighting how these events are interconnected with each other, with other larger processes, as well as with our action or inaction. They can lead to future disasters or will