The chances of a real social meltdown in NZ cant be dismissed.
The removal of the oil supply to NZ would bring both immediate and prolonged hardship with unpredictable survival responses from the population.
What is being done to prepare for this?
Are there any groups that are putting plans into place? Is this on the governments agenda?
I feel a forum is needed to gauge who thinks a response team should be formed and what it might involve.
Calm during the storm could save many lives.
A strong group could help better prepare the available NZ resources. I have been subscribed to the civil defence newsletter for some time and have never seen oil supply emergencies mentioned.
We can be better prepared than 3 days of tinned food.