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New PDC.org website coming soon!


May 22, 2018

After a year in the making, we are excited to announce a newly redesigned PDC.org website slated to launch in early June 2018. Designed for mobile usability and packed with new interactive features, the site is designed to provide an enhanced user experience for our partners, clients, and the public. Highlights of the redesign include:

  • A new, responsive mobile interface
  • Access to PDC’s premiere public DisasterAWARE platform, Disaster Alert
  • Video based tutorials and training
  • The latest alerts and warnings for several types of hazards
  • User-friendly search and navigation for locating PDC products, services, disaster support activities, and news
  • Modern aesthetic and social media integration
  • Many other new features
     

See below for a sneak preview of the new PDC.org site.

As we value the feedback of our customers and the public we serve, we encourage your feedback and welcome suggestions following the launch of the site.

More from Pacific Disaster Center

To keep yourself up-to-the-minute about hazards and disasters:

For the latest Weather and Disaster News, use the PDC Weather Wall.

While you are thinking of hazards, think of preparedness. PDC provides disaster preparedness information, including printable instructions for assembling a Disaster Supply Kit and rehearsing a Family Disaster Plan.

For more information on DisasterAWARETM products:

  • For details, see the Training Guide for Web-accessible Disaster Alert,
  • Read and understand more about custom versions, such as DMRS and VinAWARE,
  • Watch the ASEAN DMRS video on YouTube.

About PDC:

Pacific Disaster Center (PDC) envisions a safer, more secure world—where populations live in more disaster-resilient communities informed by science and technology, and equipped with sound decision support tools. To help make that vision a reality, PDC is dedicated to supporting evidence-based disaster risk reduction (DRR) efforts by providing actionable information and applications to the public and disaster managers worldwide. PDC, a program managed by the University of Hawaii, was established by the U.S. government in 1996.