Here’s the thing: actual emergencies look more like people coming together than cities falling apart. Past disasters–from Sandy to Fukushima–have proven that connected communities are more resilient.
Of course, preparedness is about getting your supplies together. But it’s also about knowing your neighbors, lending a hand, and sharing your knowledge.
San Francisco is full of creative, diverse, and visionary minds: we don’t need to look far to become a better prepared city.
We just need to look to each other.