In the fourth Disaster Risk Management Professional Practice Group's fireside chat, the panel discusses the topic of compounding risk, with a particular focus on dynamic exposure and vulnerability, and share their reflections on opportunities and challenges for the future.
Chair: Dr Faith Taylor - DRM-PPG Committee and Lecturer in Physical Geography Education, KIng's College London
Bruce Malamud - Professor of Natural and Environmental Hazards, King's College London
Antoine Bavandi - Senior risk finance specialist, Crisis and Disaster Risk Finance team, World Bank
Iain Willis - Head of Consultancy, JBA Risk Management and Managing Director of JBA Risk Management Pte Ltd (Singapore))
Elizabeth Riley - Executive Director, Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency
In the fourth Disaster Risk Management Professional Practice Group's fireside chat, the panel discusses the topic of compounding risk, with a particular focus on dynamic exposure and vulnerability.
17 September 2021
Earlier this year, the Locus Charter was launched, proposing a set of shared international principles to support responsible practice with location data. But how do you put ethics into practice in your day-to-day work?
6 July 2021
This talk presents how geospatial information was key for guiding and communicating decisions responding to COVID-19 in Liverpool.
13 May 2021
Recent neuroscience research has explored how the brain represents details of places and navigation – but how is that linked to how we navigate in the real world?
15 January 2019
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