25 March 2021
Risk KAN Modeling and Insurance Working Group
Welcome to the webinar
 
Thursday, April 15, at 15:00 PM CET
 
Juergen Scheffran, Hamburg University
Tipping points, cascading risks and conflicts in hot spots of climate-society interaction
 
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16 March 2021
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the webinar
 
Tuesday, April 6, at 14:00 UTC
 
Bruno Merz and Massimiliano Pittore, GFZ Potsdam
Multi-hazard impact forecasting, status and perspectives
 
Brian Golding, UK Met Office
Complex warnings: Making warnings work for multi-hazards and diverse impacts
 
Zoom link find here
(Meeting ID: 948 3596 0258)
10 March 2021
Risk KAN Modeling and Insurance Working Group
Welcome to the webinar
 
Thursday, March 18, at 16:00 PM CET
 
Stéphane Hallegatte, World Bank Climate Change Group, Washington, USA
Assessing and financing the full costs of disasters – the role of infrastructure systems and supply chains
 
Recording available on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLMO-Ag1UcM
23 February 2021
Call for Papers:

Frontiers in Earth Sciences “Special Issue on Extreme Events in Human Evolution: From the Pliocene to the Anthropocene”

 
For further details please visit https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/18192/extreme-events-in-human-evolution-from-the-pliocene-to-the-anthropocene
Deadline for abstract submissions:
30 March 2021
 

Source(s): Frontiers in Earth Sciences, 2021

16 February 2021
PAGES working group on Volcanic Impacts on Climate and Society (VICS)
Welcome to the webinar
 
Friday, February 26, at 3pm CET
 
Gordon Woo, Univ. College London
Reimagining Volcanic History: Lessons from counterfactual analysis
 
Amy Donovan, Univ. of Cambridge
Imagining volcanoes: towards a holistic understanding of risk
 
Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/WaWuY_oER1E
16 February 2021
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the 8th webinar
 
Thursday, February 25, at 15:00 UTC
 
Deepti Singh, Washington State Univ.
Influence of climate variability and change on spatially concurrent droughts
 
Jordan Christian, Univ. Oklahoma
Flash drought climatology: A local to global analysis
 
Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/luR-SOwDS-Q