Posts Tagged: disasters
Momversation’s Heather Spohr tells parents why they should be concerned about natural disasters and how they can be prepared. She did forget to mention that you can get your family prepared for disasters by signing up for Life360’s Emergency Messenger service 😉
Last night, a 5.7-magnitude earthquake shook the area from San Diego to Los Angeles. The quake was likely an aftershock of Easter Sunday’s 7.2, according to seismologists at the California Institute of Technology. Aftershocks can, apparently, be felt months and even years after the original quake. While there were luckily no reports of significant damage,… Read more »
To embed this infographic on your site copy and paste the code below:<a href=”http://www.life360.com/blog/infographic-haiti/” mce_href=”http://www.life360.com/blog/infographic-haiti/”><img src=”/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/haiti_infographic_full.jpg” mce_src=”/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/haiti_infographic_full.jpg” alt=”Haiti Disaster Relief infographic” title=”Haiti Disaster Relief infographic” width=”1815″ height=”2628″ class=”center” /></a><br />from <a href=”http://www.life360.com/blog/” mce_href=”http://www.life360.com/blog/”>Life360 Now!</a> Disaster Relief by the Numbers The earthquake in Haiti may be one of the world’s most tragic disasters, but the rapid… Read more »
The donation stories for Haiti earthquake victims have been remarkable, this has to be the most remarkable. Seven-year-old Charlie Simpson raised over 100,000£, which is over $200,000. This is probably the most successful five-mile bike ride of all time.
The Big Picture has photos of the aftermath, six days since the earthquake in Haiti. More selections after the jump.
Yesterday at lunch, I was talking with my kids about the earthquake in Haiti. “Mom, I think we should move out of California because it’s the state most likely to have an earthquake,” my nine-year-old son Jack declared. “Well Jack, we could live in Kansas where they have tornados or New Orleans where they have… Read more »
One of the most unsettling things about earthquakes is that they can’t be reliably predicted. But if children and adults know what to do, they can make themselves safer. With earthquake preparedness on everyone’s mind after the tragedy in Haiti, we bring you our comprehensive guide on how to get your family ready for an… Read more »