Fostering European Exchange: Transformations towards a sustainable and resilient future
The event is free and open to all ; no registration needed
Flood disasters and hydro-meteorological events are getting more severe all over Europe. In response to the recent flood events, this event will discuss how a transformation towards a resilient and sustainable future can be achieved.
This pre-event is jointly organized by the French Association for Natural Disaster Risk Reduction (AFPCN) the German Committee for Disaster Reduction e. V. (DKKV) and the Disaster Competence Network Austria (DCNA) to strengthen the European cooperation links and the exchange of expertise and best-practices. Panelists from DKKV, AFPCN, and DCNA will present lessons-learned and lessons-to-learn from recent disasters in their respective countries. Structured along three main questions it will be discussed how we can learn from past events and what transformations are required to achieve a more resilient future within Europe. In the end, the discussion will open up and questions from the audience are discussed by the panelists.
To join the Webinar you must be registered for the Fachtagung Katastrophenvorsorge 2021: https://fachtagung-katastrophenvorsorge.de/en/index/
- René KASTNER, Research Associate at Disaster Competence Network Austria (DCNA) and support of the research group “extreme weather events”
- Myriam MERAD, Research Director (Professor) at CNRS, UMR LAMSADE and president of the scientific council at AFPCN
- Prof. Dr. Reimund Schwarze, Head of the Department of Climate Economics at Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) and board member at DKKV
- Ronja Winkhardt-Enz Research Associate at German Committee for Disaster Reduction (DKKV)
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