The third in the Disaster Risk Management Professional Practice Group's fireside chat series. The panel brings together international experts with a diverse range of experience in disaster risk reduction: from government agencies, the World Bank, humanitarian NGOs to academics involved with teaching and research. The panellists will discuss the ways by which we can reduce disaster risks - from communities and businesses, through to national governments and international organisations.
[Online] Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) are havens for wildlife and are designated national areas of importance. In this talk, we will learn of the management of two such areas: Dedham Vale and Suffolk Coast and Heaths.
2 September 2021
[Online] Learn more about the increasing role of heat from the Atlantic Ocean in melting Arctic Ocean sea ice and the potential impacts on the UK.
28 September 2021
[In-person] Why did people of the 18th and 19th centuries become fascinated by high mountains which had previously been regarded as wastelands?
7 October 2021
[In-person] Geolocation games are encouraging people around the world to get outside. Go on an exploration with Mike Hawkyard, Ordnance Survey’s new Head of Mobile Games, to see what’s out there!
16 November 2021
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