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Listen to these audio clips in नेपाली (Nepali) about how to get prepared for an emergency.
Download East Coast LAB's tsunami hīkoi info sheet to help you organise a tsunami walk for your family, organisation or community.
GNS Science has a video explaining basic tectonic plate movement.
Listen to these audio clips in Gagana Samoa (Samoan) about how to get prepared for an emergency.
Floods 101 is part of a series of natural disaster videos produced by National Geographic.
Download East Coast LAB's tsunami hīkoi poster to show you're participating and help spread the word.
Learn more about earthquakes through our In an emergency section and through What's the Plan Stan?.
Business.govt.nz has a guide on what to include in your emergency planning, including identifying risks, developing emergency procedures, insurance cover and contacting and supporting staff.
Listen to these audio clips in Tagalog about how to get prepared for an emergency.
A map of a local area allows the user to adjust floodwaters to show how much of the land could end up under sea level.
Students can learn how to build an earthquake-proof structure.
The Ministry of Education has advice for schools and early childhood education centres on preparing for and dealing with emergencies
Listen to these audio clips in Te Reo Māori about how to get prepared for an emergency.
STEM-Works have a series of learning experiences that focus on floods and tsunami.
Your local Civil Defence Emergency Management Group has tsunami evacuation zone maps and regional advice. Make sure you know where to go, whether you are at home, at work or out and about.
Science Kids has a factsheet for kids giving a factual overview of floods.
Turtle Safe is an educational DVD developed specifically to teach preschool children what to do if they are inside or outdoors when an earthquake occurs.
Download this factsheet that explains why Drop, Cover and Hold is the right action to take.
A New Zealand perspective on floods from Te Ara, the Encyclopedia of New Zealand.
AFP has a video explaining floods and the damage they can cause.