In this series of article we look at prepping for and surviving a variety of disaster scenarios, some of them relatively common and others less so. Some of these scenarios are more likely than others, but any of them could be possible. The best preppers make plans for many different disaster scenarios that could affect them and then use the plans to determine what equipment and stores to buy. These articles will help you plan what you would do in each of the disaster scenarios, and prioritise the equipment and stores that you might need.
In 2015, the water supply of 300,000 households in the UK was contaminated. Find out how to be ready in case it happens again.
An economic collapse is not part of the normal cycle of rise and fall of the economy, instead it is the breakdown of an economy, usually following a large scale disaster or crisis. Learn how to be prepared here.