Slick on preparing for the next "Big One"

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Jean Slick, Royal Roads associate professor and program head of the Master of Arts in Disaster and Emergency Management, was interviewed for an article in the Guardian about British Columbia’s preparedness for the next big earthquake in the wake of this year’s natural disasters.

With a focus on the future, Slick suggests, “When we rebuild, let’s not put blinders on and just focus on floods. Let’s make sure that we’re considering all hazards, like climate risks and earthquakes.”

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