A Local Planning Tool to Save Lives Following a Nuclear Detonation
The Rad Resilient City Preparedness Checklist is a local planning tool that could help save 100,000 or more lives following a nuclear detonation. The checklist converts the latest federal guidance and technical reports into 7 clear, actionable steps for communities to take to protect their residents from radioactive fallout. Read the checklist
The checklist also includes FAQs about how to save your life after a nuclear detonation.
The Rad Resilient City Project has answered a call to action. Senators Bob Graham and Jim Talent endorse Rad Resilient City Project: "In World at Risk, we expressly recommended the development of "a publicly available checklist of actions each level of government should take to prevent or ameliorate the consequences of WMD terrorism. Such a checklist could be used by citizens to hold their governments accountable for action or inaction." The Rad Resilient City Project has answered this call to action." Read all endorsements
Report on September 27 Meeting to Launch Rad Resilient City, along with videos of all presentations and discussion.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CHECKLIST:
- Why is a preparedness checklist for nuclear detonation needed?
- Who should use this checklist?
- What knowledge informs this checklist?