Haiti Earthquake – Lessons Learned For Reducing Risks
This article briefly reviews the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that struck Haiti on Tuesday, January 12th, 2010 including the anticipated casualties and building damage. Lessons learned for reducing future earthquake risks in the United States are discussed in details.Prospect of Employment in New Zealand in 2010
In line with the vast majority of countries around the world, the New Zealand economy began to fall back in 2007 as the ongoing issue of the credit crunch began to hit home with more and more people suffering financial ruin. The sudden drop-off in economic activity in New Zealand led to what was the worst recession seen in the country in 30 years and it has to be said that many people were concerned about the short to medium term plight of New Zealand itself. However, these very people will be surprised to learn that the economy is now fighting fit and looking to the future!Panic, Desperation and Chaos in Haiti
On Jan. 12, 2010, one of the poorest countries in the world, Haiti, was struck by the worst hurricane in 200 years. It was 7.0 in magnitude. With the Haiti Earthquake aftermath, panic, desperation and chaos is felt by all.On the Devastating Earthquake in Haiti
Haiti, a country in ruins and its people in misery. The world has come to give you a hand and to help you get back on your feet.Shortage of Food, Water, and Shelter Threatens to Worsen Situation in Haiti
Last week’s massive earthquake in Haiti was one of the most devastating natural disasters of the 21st century. The world has not seen devastation on this scale since the Asian tsunami that struck on Christmas Day in 2004.Enforcing International Law
Where actions involve the use of force against others, we not only deprive those against whom we strike the protection of the law, we also deprive ourselves of the protection of that law. We become, literally, outlaws.Return to Yemen
It has been reported that there is a strong possibility that Al-Qaeda may have several training camps located in the Yemen. Currently there are a number of cross-actions between the Yemenis and USA Armies to try to strike fundamentalist supporters in order to send a deterrent message.How Can We Prevent the Next Big Haiti Earthquake?
The Haiti earthquake of January 12, 2010 was devastating, but history tells us that there could be more big ones in years to come. Port-Au-Prince sits exactly in the epicenter or hotspot of earthquake activities in Haiti. So, there will be more earthquakes coming in the future, big or small; they will be coming. Therefore, now is the time for the country of Haiti to go into preparation mode, so when the next one comes, the country’s building infrastructure will be able to withstand the tremors or shakes of the largest of them all, and therefore give its citizens the precious moments they will need to escape before their buildings or homes fall and crush them.Globalizing Social, Religious, and Human Rights Issues – Hypocrisy and Danger
There are numerous great Organizations in the world whose devotion and hard work is constant reminder of the global need for cooperation, support and unity. Historical tragedies such as slavery, colonization, world wars and genocides have revealed to the present world that there are such evil that transcends barriers and affects the core of our common humanity.Three Ways to Help Haiti
On Tuesday, 12 January 2010, a catastrophic magnitude 7.0 Mw earthquake struck the capital of Haiti caused serious damage to the poor city. As the strongest earthquake in 200 years, it destroyed the whole city and made thousands of people lost their home instantly, at the same time lose their relatives or their own life.