Every time a disaster strikes, you see pictures of people walking down the road. Usually they are thirsty and hungry. Often they are cold, wet, injured, and sick. Before a disaster struck close to home, every one of these people thought that disasters were something that happened to other people in other places. Author, green builder and MIT engineer, Matthew Stein discusses his newest book, “When Disaster Strikes: A Comprehensive Guide to Emergency Planning and Crisis Survival”, which was released in November to rave reviews!Stein shares why being prepared will make all the difference on the quality of life when disaster strikes. He also talks about his most recent article which will be published in the NY Times called “400 Chernobyls ” and how the likely probability of a major nuclear meltdown can be avoided if we wake up and take steps now. Stein’s book is a manual on everything you need to know about navigating through Earth’s changes during this time of awakening.