Comments on: Project 14: Social media for Emergency Management http://gov2.net.au Design by Ben Crothers of Catch Media Wed, 28 Apr 2010 12:51:50 +1000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.8.6 hourly 1 By: Madeleine Kingston http://gov2.net.au/projects/project-14/comment-page-1/#comment-13101 Madeleine Kingston Sun, 11 Apr 2010 07:16:36 +0000 http://gov2.net.au/?page_id=1643#comment-13101 Nathaniel The proposal to use Gov2 to enhance coordination and information exchange on emergency response initiatives is really terrific. I am interested in emergency response protocols and know that improvements will go down really well. Innovative communication technology will make all the difference I am waiting with crossed fingers for news of the Government's decision on this important innovative initiative. Cheers Madeleine Nathaniel

The proposal to use Gov2 to enhance coordination and information exchange on emergency response initiatives is really terrific. I am interested in emergency response protocols and know that improvements will go down really well.

Innovative communication technology will make all the difference

I am waiting with crossed fingers for news of the Government’s decision on this important innovative initiative.

Cheers

Madeleine

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By: Nathanael Boehm http://gov2.net.au/projects/project-14/comment-page-1/#comment-13090 Nathanael Boehm Sun, 11 Apr 2010 05:19:28 +0000 http://gov2.net.au/?page_id=1643#comment-13090 Excellent report. This will be useful in the relaunch of the Resilient Nation Australia project with a long-term strategy to equip communities to be better equipped to prepare for, survive and recover from disasters through developing and distributing contextually-relevant information to communities in collaboration with emergency management agencies and perhaps even longer-term in harnessing the necessary expertise to provide input on urban planning to make communities more resilient against disasters, even looking at self-sustaining communities, microgrid technology etc. Excellent report. This will be useful in the relaunch of the Resilient Nation Australia project with a long-term strategy to equip communities to be better equipped to prepare for, survive and recover from disasters through developing and distributing contextually-relevant information to communities in collaboration with emergency management agencies and perhaps even longer-term in harnessing the necessary expertise to provide input on urban planning to make communities more resilient against disasters, even looking at self-sustaining communities, microgrid technology etc.

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