29 October 2021
EGU 2022 (Vienna | Austria | April 3rd to 8th 2022)

Session NH9.13: Climate change, extreme events, natural hazards & society – palaeo-perspectives from across the human and natural sciences
Session CL3.2.6: Climate extremes, biosphere and society: impacts, cascades, feedbacks, and resilience
Session CL3.2.7: Climate Change as a Systemic Risk.

Call for abstracts is open. Submit your abstract for one of these sessions 12 January 2022, 13:00 CET! Click on the session to submit
29 October 2021
Workshop on Understanding and Modeling Complex Risks in Coupled Human-Environment Systems

February 8th to 10th 2021 | Online
Registration: open until January 31

11 January 2021
Risk KAN Early Warning Systems Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
Thursday 20th January at 4:00 PM CET
Dr Carina Fearnley & Claudia Fernandez De Cordoba Farini (UCL Warning Research Centre);
Enhancing Warnings: Doing Better at Warning and Generating Action
Find the recording here.

20 December 2021
Risk KAN Modeling and Insurance Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
Thursday 20th January at 3:00 PM (CET)
Prof. Ted Shepherd (University of Reading);
Bringing physical reasoning into statistical practice in climate-change science
Find the recording of the webinar on youtube.
13 December 2021
Risk KAN Metabolic Risk on Islands Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
Thursday 23rd December at 4:00 PM (UTC+8)
Speakers are  
Prof. Jian-Hong Wu (Future Earth, Taipei);
Risk analysis on the impact area of a large landslide
Dr. Jihn-Sung Lai (National Taiwan University);
Flood Inundation Simulation, Monitoring, and Mapping for Disaster Early Warning and Decision Support in Taiwan
Professor & Chairman Hwa-Lung Yu (National Taiwan University) 
Agricultural Development and Water Supply-Demand Dilemma: Stakeholder-Supported Decision Making for Sustainable Groundwater Management
Professor & Associate Dean Simron Singh (University of Waterloo) 
What islands can teach us about metabolic risks? 
30 November 2021
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
Thursday 09th December at 3:00 PM (UTC)
Speakers are  
D. Faranda (IPSL) 
Cold & snowy spells over Europe in the context of anthropogenic climate change
J. Doss-Gollin (Rice U) 
Extreme impacts don’t require extreme weather: lessons from the Feb 2021 Texas blackouts
Recording available on YouTube