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I know we are not meant to be using Sidr as a management example …

Posted by Lindy on January 29, 2011


But we already know a bit about how warnings were given , using mobile phones and police in speed boats with loud hailers , and I just found something that has happened since that backs this up.

It comes from  http://unfccc.int/resource/docs/publications/impacts.pdf

In Bangladesh, the Cyclone Preparedness Program has been set up over 11 coastal area districts by the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society, and is partly funded by the government. Volunteers have been trained to help in cyclone warning, evacuation, rescue, first aid emergency relief and the use of radio communication equipment.

[This came from a search about impacts of climate change on Bangladesh]

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