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This event took place on 16 March 2017 and was part of the Society’s 21st Century Challenges Policy Forum series, which brought together members of the geographical community, practitioners, policy-makers and other interested parties to discuss and debate, build professional networks, and encourage critical thinking and informed debate on some of the biggest issues and challenges facing the UK.
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This case study summarises the key themes discussed by our panellists at the second fireside chat, organised by the Disaster Risk Management Professional Practice Group in April 2021.
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