SF PUC – Rim Fire Response Update from NENtv on Vimeo.
LaToya Cantrell, President of the Broadmoor Improvement Association, on the anniversary of the levees flooding New Orleans in 2005, shares with NENtv an update on the process of restoring her community and the Andrew H. Wilson School. Specifically she thanks the City and County of San Francisco for all of its support in helping secure […]
The NEN is proud to announce the release of Resilientville, a brand new group exercise that helps communities see the power, and long term benefits, of inclusive decision making at the neighborhood level. Created by working group comprising of the City Administrator’s Office, the Dept. of Emergency Management and San Francisco State’s Institute for Civic […]
The Neighborhood Empowerment Network enters into a Strategic Partnership with the Bay Area Red Cross. At the core of the Neighborhood Empowerment Network’s values is the belief that neighborhoods which are well organized and rich with the capacity to steward themselves are optimally positioned to both respond and recover from any size natural disaster. For […]
By Kristin Hogan, SF DEM Last week the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR) opened Safe Enough to Stay, an exhibit for the public that teaches us what steps we should take to make San Francisco a Resilient City. Within the exhibit is a recreation of a San Francisco apartment, which allows visitors to experience what […]
FEMA Deputy Administrator Rich Serino discusses resilience in San Francisco and the cities growing role in disaster mitigation throughout the United States.
Nicky Wagner on recovery in Christchurch from NENtv on Vimeo. Join National Member of Parliament Nicky Wagner as she discusses the recovery of Christchurch New Zealand after a series of devestating earthquakes.
Over the last century, astrophysicists encountered a major hurdle in their efforts to understand the fundamental nature of our universe. As they began to build more powerful mathematical models and measurement instruments, the Universe seemed to become less and less predictable. In a nutshell, the visible bodies in space were not behaving in a way […]
Chinatown SRO Disaster training Graduation from NENtv on Vimeo. On April 17th, dozens of families in San Francisco’s Chinatown were celebrated for their involvement in a multiweek long disaster preparedness program. The program was designed to extend disaster training to non English speakers and provide assistance to at risk residents. The training was conducted […]