10 episodes

Natural disasters are getting stronger, and the built environment that makes our lives better day to day also increases our risk. Hosted by Meghan and Megan--two emergency management and infrastructure experts. Each episode in season 1, we focus on a different U.S. city, how it might succumb to natural disaster and how you can prepare. "As a person who endlessly fixates on disaster, this is pure candy." - Nicholas Quah, Vulture

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 44 Ratings

Natural disasters are getting stronger, and the built environment that makes our lives better day to day also increases our risk. Hosted by Meghan and Megan--two emergency management and infrastructure experts. Each episode in season 1, we focus on a different U.S. city, how it might succumb to natural disaster and how you can prepare. "As a person who endlessly fixates on disaster, this is pure candy." - Nicholas Quah, Vulture

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
44 Ratings

44 Ratings

Eliza00001 ,

SURVIVE

I was listening to the Build A Kit episode this week and I honestly had to stop halfway through - so I could run into a grocery store and start stocking up on water for my survival kit! I honestly love listening to the rants about deferred maintenance and find it fascinating to learn about the different causes behind the disasters facing cities around the United States, be it poor location choice, overuse of water, or ever increasing threats caused by climate change. I seriously enjoy listening to two friends having a blast discussing relevant issues in today's world. Keep it up!!

eyelikephotos ,

Great- Shirley S

They are funny and informative. Good to learn how we can help save L.A

Dbrad55 ,

Econ 306 extra credit

Upon review of the podcast, I found it to be entertaining, funny, and informative about the region that I live. It dragged along in some parts but it exceeded my initial expectations for it. I now will not worry so much about my front lawn, I certainly will shorten the length of my showers, and I will avoid consuming as many nuts like walnuts, almonds, etcetera because of the amount of water it takes to grow them. I hope our local government heard it and takes positive steps to prevent this potential devastation.

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