Fertilizer shortages, increasing droughts, conflicts around the world, and other factors are creating the conditions for a global famine.
Wildfires are becoming bigger and more common. To protect yourself and your home, be sure to prepare for wildfire season.
The U.S. power grid is becoming more fragile every year, which is why we need to start preparing for long-term power outages.
Surviving a nuclear war is possible if you aren’t too close to ground zero, but surviving in the following years would be difficult.
While tornadoes can cause massive devastation, there are things we can do to make our homes more tornado resistant.
Earthquake’s are deadly. To make sure you survive, follow these tips and put together and earthquake survival kit like this one.
If a country or our entire civilization collapses, getting through the first 100 days will be extremely challenging. Here’s how to prepare.
You can survive a wildfire as long as you are careful, have a plan of action, have plenty of emergency supplies, and know what to do.
The acronym TEOTWAWKI stands for ‘the end of the world as we know it.” It is used in writing as a symbol that the world will forever change.
The idea of societal collapse may seem unimaginable, but let’s look at the three most likely ways the U.S. could collapse in the near future.