1. Hurricane Ian, What Do We Learn? George Siegal 56:48

Episode 53
October 4, 2022
Hurricane Ian, What Do We Learn?

Hurricane Ian left a path of destruction across Southwest Florida. Originally the storm was forecast to hit Tampa Florida. If it had, the Tampa/St. Petersburg area would have suffered catastrophic damage. What do we learn from Ian that could make a future hurricane less damaging? Hear what we should be doing from John Scardena and Aris Papadopoulos.

 Here are some important moments with John and Aris from the podcast: 

At 6:05  John Scardena talks about what we can do to be better prepared?

 At 22:58 John has advice for people in Tampa, St. Pete and Clearwater to be better prepared going forward?

At 37:32 Aris Papadopoulos talks about what would have happened if Ian had hit Southeast Florida? 

At 49:53 What advice does Aris have for the places in Florida that dodged the bullet this time from Ian?

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/Doberman_EMG 

Here are some ways to follow and contact or follow Aris Papadopoulos:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aris-papadopoulos-bb3584141/ 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ResilienceAF  

Websites: https://www.buildingresilient.com 

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George Siegal began his career in front of the camera as a newscaster, sportscaster, and weathercaster. He worked in markets from San Antonio, Texas to Detroit, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle. In addition to work in front of the camera, George was a feature reporter and producer.