BONNER: How municipal councils can prepare for emergencies at little or no cost and end up looking like heroes
BONNER: City emergency officials use terminology that is just gobbledigook to normal people in times of crisis
BONNER: People writing urban emergency plans seem fixated on colour-coding events, people, clothing, response and such – to everyone’s confusion
BONNER: There’s no such thing as no risk, and every approach to emergency municipal planning has more or less danger than the alternative
BONNER: Global warming will make our cities more unliveable, unless urban officials modify their emergency plans and officials amend bylaws
BONNER: Have certain supplies on hand at all times and plan for the worst no matter where you are
BONNER: Why do emergency plans offer pages of irrelevant detail at the expense of plain advice for those who want to be a safer and better prepared?
BONNER: Nor do all emergencies fall out of a dark, foreboding sky