Disaster risk pooling - enabling mutual cross border resilience

The second in the Disaster Risk Management Professional Practice Group's fireside chat series, bringing together international experts across the risk pooling community.

 

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Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) (2021). Disaster Risk Pooling - enabling mutual cross border resilience. Available at https://www.rgs.org/geography/advocacy-and-impact/impact/disasterriskpooling/ Last accessed on: <date>

 

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