Disaster Risk Management PPG

This group brings together risk-focused professionals from across disaster risk reduction, re/insurance, humanitarian, governmental and academic sectors, to promote best practice and uncover latent geographical knowledge, skills and practice they have in common.

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Thomson, K-M. & Jackman, A. (2021). Re/insurance approaches to inform the National Security Risk Assessment methodology review. Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). Available at: https://www.rgs.org/impact/insurance-NSRA-review-event

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