How do you get people to follow emergency directions?

We are expecting to see more extreme weather events over the next decade, as climate change drives more natural hazards into areas where people live.

But if people are prepared for natural hazards, they fare better in emergencies.

Cosmos chats to Andrew Gissing, CEO of Natural Hazards Research Australia, about how make sure communities are ready to respond to emergencies, and what we’ve learned from the recent bouts of flooding.

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