What did the government do to prevent the hurricane?
Regardless of what hurricane this question refers to, the government has never done anything to prevent a hurricane, because hurricanes cannot be prevented.
No government in the world can prevent a hurricane like Katrina, it's part of the world's natural weather system and thousands of time more powerful than the most powerful nuclear weapon. All a government can do after a hurricane is to send manpower and money to help the clean-up. Some people say that the USA was a little tardy sending help to New Orleans after Katrina, but that's a matter of opinion.
There is no way to prevent hurricanes from occurring in the future. Hurricanes are a natural phenomena. While we cannot prevent hurricanes from occurring, we can practice safety and become familiar with hurricane awareness to minimize any potential negative effects that can occur as the result of a hurricane.
Well, lets see, you have this question categorized as "hurricane katrina", and therefore you must be talking about hurricanes. Hurricanes cannot be prevented, but we can take steps to lessen the damage, such as build sturdier buildings, and prevent it from being a total disaster by putting more funding in rebuilding from the damage.
· People build houses and buildings stronger so they can be protected in the future. The houses are built with stronger walls. · The government sometimes evacuate the area at risk from the hurricane. · Contingency plans are devised by the governments and businesses. · People can anchor cars and loose property to the ground or drive cars into a garage to stop cars floating away in floods and causing damage. · You can install…
The city commission government format started in 1900 as a response to The Great Galveston Hurricane in that same year. After the deadliest hurricane in United States history, the city government of Galveston did not have enough resources for rebuilding efforts. Thus, they started the commission format to provide more widespread help.