There is a lot of Disaster Risk research undertaken around the world. This page explores just a couple of examples.
Data from the UN Office on Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) indicates that wealthy nations have done little to tackle the harmful emissions that are linked to climate threats which make up the bulk of disasters today.
Geohazards and Georisks has a strong emphasis on real practical geohazard and georisk applications, and will publicize interesting studies and projects that use state-of-the-art geohazard and georisk methods.
UR is a global community of experts and practitioners with interest in the field of disaster risk identification, specifically risk assessment and risk communication.
Understanding global risks, reducing disasters and humanitarian crises presents a major challenge that requires coordinated and collaborative action. The IRDR at UCL, London, aims to achieve leadership in risk, disaster reduction and emergency response.
The University of Sydney Faculty of Science looks at a wide range of natural and technological hazards. Their work explores the characteristics of natural hazards and their impacts on people, communities and human systems.
The University of Bristol in the UK has a deep expertise in natural hazards.
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