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  • Preparedness sees people adopting a bunker mentality
    Joy Garnett, Creative commons (2012) ©
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Preparedness

From the boardroom to the back garden, more people are embracing the importance of being prepared for the worst.

Location Global

Scope
As fears of financial meltdown in 2012 take hold and the discourse of civil unrest and natural disaster dominates the media and social landscape, there is a palpable sense of unease spreading across many sections of society. This is manifesting itself in a variety of ways, from moderate, common-sense attempts to maintain a sense of self-reliance, to a rejection of mainstream governments and systems of control.

From the boardroom to the back garden, more people are embracing the importance of being prepared for the worst.

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