Archive Joint TRF / BRACED Discussion Forum: How can we manage climate risks and disasters differently?

  • By TRF
  • 18/05/2016

http://worldhumanitariansummit.org

18 May, 2PM UK time / Joint TRF / BRACED Discussion Forum: “How can we manage climate risks and disasters differently?” / In an online debate ahead of the World Humanitarian Summit, we will discuss ways of making local communities more resilient to natural hazards and helping them adjust to changes in the climate. The panel will feature Robert Glasser from UNISDR and Maarten van Aalst from the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre, among other experts.

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