FEMA wants to crowdsource ideas to prepare communities for potential disasters.
Whether it’s a program to engage the public to personally prepare for disasters, a public service announcement for business preparedness, or a new device to mitigate the effects of disaster – the sky is the limit. [FEMA] want ideas from all ends of the spectrum, from whatever field you work in. If you’re a doctor, what role can the medical community play? If you’re an artist, how can you use your medium to contribute?
The best, most unique idea will be selected and highlighted on FEMA’s website.
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