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This issue of #haznet focuses on #silverlinings. What are yours?

Voices, movements, and causes that previously struggled to be heard are now gaining traction, thanks to the pandemic. Now is the time to capitalize on the silver linings and to prepare for the next disaster.

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This issue of #HazNet focuses on #SilverLinings.  What are yours?

Voices, movements, and causes that previously struggled to be heard are now gaining traction, thanks to the pandemic. Now is the time to capitalize on the silver linings and to prepare for the next disaster. 

Are we prepared to lead?
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Climate action failure, extreme weather & infectious diseases will all play key roles informing the context within which pandemic recovery & climate actions will take place. Authors: Gordon McBean @WesternU
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