A threat and serious concern regarding all individuals and governments.

Agencies dealing with the tracking of weather have predicted that we will have an increased amount in the severity along with the amount of natural disasters including but not limited to flooding, hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis due to our changing climate. These unfortunate events that have been predicted to occur have also encouraged us to provide a solution for the future and provide stability to individuals, families and our societies.

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2016 was a year for the record books for actual storms that shook spots across the globe. The year began with “The Storm of the Century,” which brought a record amount of snowfall to the Northeast. Areas around the world trembled from seismic activity, making 2016 known as the year of earthquakes, along with these headline-grabbing natural disasters that occurred throughout the year.

Winter Storm Jonas

Natural disasters began the 3rd week of the new year when Jonas broke records for snowfall in places along the East Coast. Glengary, West Virginia, received the highest snow total with a massive 42 inches (107 cm) causing car accidents, hypothermia, carbon monoxide poisoning and exertion from shoveling snow. At least 49 people died.

Taiwan Earthquake

On Feb. 6, a 6.4-magnitude earthquake hit 17 miles (28 kilometers) northeast of Pingtung City in southern Taiwan causing widespread damage, toppling buildings in the city of Taiwan. The quake caused an estimated 117 deaths and left hundreds more injured, according to the Taiwan City government.

California Wildfires

A series of wildfires blazed across California, burning more than half a million acres. According to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, 6,938 fires had burned 565,070 acres (229,000 hectares) as of Dec. 11. The Blue Cut wildfire burned through more than 37,000 acres (more than 12,000 hectares) in Southern California.

Louisiana Flooding

Tremendous downpours submerged Louisiana when some regions received more than 20 inches (50.8 cm) of rain in just over a 72-hour span (from Aug. 12‑14). Lives were lost and an estimated 30,000 people were forced from their homes.

Italian Earthquakes

Central Italy was rocked by three strong earthquakes in three months starting near the end of August when a 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck about 6.5 miles (10.5 kilometers) southeast of Norcia, Italy, followed by several aftershocks, including a 5.5-magnitude earthquake that struck 2.5 miles (4 km) northeast of Norcia the same day. The temblors rattled Central Italy, killing hundreds of people as medieval-era stone buildings collapsed. Italy was struck again in October when two strong earthquakes just 2 hours apart jolted the center of the country.