Will You Be Prepared?

Here at CSI we provide our subscribers the necessary knowledge and tools that will prepare them for ANY crisis:

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Food Shortages

Food production and manufacturing are widely dispersed throughout the U.S. Any disruption in the supply chain can and will lead to inventory issues at your local grocery stores.

We already saw shortages hit the states from the past COVID pandemic. Now, we are expected to experience more serious shortages due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Here are some groceries your store shelves might not have in the upcoming months...

Meat, eggs, fruits, vegetables, canned food, pet food, bottled water.

Natural Disasters

About 1 in 10 homes were impacted by natural disasters in 2021 according to CoreLogic. That's over 14.5 million homes, totaling nearly $57 billion in property damage.

In 2021, there were 20 climate disasters - ranging from hurricanes, wildfires and floods.

If your home is in a vulnerable region prone to natural disasters, there are ways to be better prepared for the unexpected.

Power Outages

Cities lose power every single year.

Extended power outages may impact the whole community.

A power outage can:

Disrupt communication, water and transportation.

Close businesses, grocery stores, gas stations, ATMs, banks.

Cause food spoilage and water contamination.

Prevent use of medical devices.

We see shortages caused by weather, and talks of future EPM attacks have even be circulating.

Radiation Leaks

There are 56 nuclear power plants in the U.S. If a nuclear power plant accident occurs, radioactive material gets released into the air.

High levels of radiation can cause: skin burns, radiation sickness, long-term effects such as cancer and even cardiovascular disease.

We cannot see, smell, feel or taste radiation. Special equipment is needed to detect it.

Everyone should be aware of the nearest nuclear power plant - have an established evacuation route in case of an accident.