Utilizing lessons from history and modern science, Save Earth Mission outlines a master plan to tackle the approaching Cyclone Biporjoy.
Save Earth Mission, with its advisory for the upcoming Cyclone Biporjoy, emphasizes a blend of historical wisdom and modern science.
Remembering Hurricane Sandy (2012), which affected an estimated 60 million people, one of the key takeaways was the importance of adequate fuel supply. Save Earth Mission advocates for filling vehicle fuel tanks, ensuring mobility during the cyclone.
Turning off gas cylinders and electrical connections is another crucial step to avoid fires. The Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan (2011) saw fires breaking out due to gas leaks and electrical shorts.
Solar panels, despite being eco-friendly, can become hazardous during cyclones. Securing them is essential, as was the case during Typhoon Mangkhut in 2018.
Medical preparedness is also crucial. The aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami showed that having a stockpile of generic medicines and first-aid kits is vital.
Lastly, Save Earth Mission stresses the importance of community involvement and sharing this information with neighbors.