Learn Stakeholder Engagement For Disaster Risk Reduction & Resilience

 

Join us for this Sustainability in Action event to hear about the research and global policy frameworks supporting this work, particularly the Sustainable Development Goals. Emily Gvino, of the Re-Energize Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Project, will explain the current multi-level governance approach with respect to addressing vulnerability and how to improve upon the stakeholder identification and engagement process. She will compare current governance approaches and vulnerability indicators within the United States, as they relate to those left out of the process by discrimination, geography, governance, socioeconomic status, shocks, and fragility, or similar issues.

The frequency and severity of weather-related hazards are expected to worsen with the impacts of climate change. By 2030, there could be 325 million people globally bearing the burden of these events. The Re-Energize Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience (DR3) Project is an international collaboration, supporting the review of disaster-related targets, goals, and indicators set forth by the United Nations (UN). They work to strengthen disaster resources and collect data around vulnerability and disaster risk and resilience (DRR) indicators to help increase the capacity for local governments to effectively deal with these disasters events.
 

Date: Wednesday, February 2, 2022
Time: 5:30 - 7:00 PM EST
Location: Zoom

 

 

AGENDA

5:30 - 6:00 PM - Presentation by Emily Gvino
6:00 - 6:30 PM - Questions & Answers
6:30 - 6:55 PM - Small Networking Connect Time
6:55 - 7:00 PM - Closing Remarks

TICKETS
This event is complimentary but requires advanced registration. The event recording is included with the registration.

Members - Complimentary
Non-Members - $10

You will receive an email with the Zoom link, the day of the event.


Attendance at this event will earn .5 Continuing Education Units for SEA (formerly ISSP-SA) and SEP (formerly ISSP-CSP) credential holders.

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