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Caitria and Morgan O'Neill : Comment s'impliquer en cas de catastrophe

TEDxBoston 2012 · 9:23 · Filmed Jun 2012
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Après une catastrophe naturelle, il y a seulement une toute petite fenêtre d'opportunité pour rassembler les efforts de remise en état efficaces avant que le monde tourne son attention ailleurs. Qui doit prendre les choses en main ? Comment les gens sur place pourraient-ils s'aider eux-mêmes? Quand une terrible tornade a frappé leur ville natale, les soeurs Caitra et Morgan O'Neill, tout juste 20 et 24 ans à l'époque, ont pris les commandes et enseignent maintenant aux autres à faire de même (Filmé à TEDxBoston.)

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Disaster relief expert
When a freak tornado hit her Massachusetts hometown, Caitria O’Neill wasn't an expert in disaster relief recovery. But she learned quickly and is now passing her knowledge on through the website Recovers.org. Full bio
Disaster relief expert
Pursuing her PhD in atmospheric science did not prepare Morgan O'Neill for a freak tornado hitting her hometown. With her sister, she helped coordinate a local relief effort and is teaching other towns to do the same through the website Recovers.org. Full bio

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