Join the Disaster Risk Management Professional Practice Group for this lunchtime webinar on climate change, disaster risk management and the role of geography.
We will be joined by Michal Lorinc, Head of Catastrophe Insight, Aon Impact Forecasting, who provide an overview of weather, catastrophe and climate events which have affected the world in 2022 and look at some of the circumstances which exacerbated the events, and also cover lessons learned for disaster mitigation in the future. Michal will cover some of the following topics:
Where have events in 2022 impacted people and what were the causes?
Can climate and weather events still be described as natural disasters?
What is the role of disaster risk management in mitigating against climate and weather events?
How is the insurance sector looking to quantify and measure these events?
[Online] A four-week accelerator for those eligible for Chartered Geographer to focus your efforts in preparing your application portfolio.
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3 November 2022
In the final fireside chat event of 2021, our expert panel discuss the implications and lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic for disaster risk management.
10 December 2021
In the Disaster Risk Mangement Professional Practice Group's fifth Fireside chat event, our expert panel discuss the implications of climate change for evolving disaster risks and disaster risk management.
5 November 2021
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