16th February 2021

Seminar 9: Media

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CASCADE-NET Seminar 9:

Capacity building within Civil Society: long term resilience to extreme weather risk

Lindsey McEwen (Director, Centre for Water, Communities and Resilience, UWE Bristol), Paul Cobbing (Chief Executive, National Flood Forum) and Adam Corner (Programmes and Research Director, Climate Outreach) Welcome and scene-setting

Civil Society, Sendai and wider climate resilience: an introduction:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Online
CASCADE-NET Seminar 9:

Capacity building within Civil Society: long term resilience to extreme weather risk

Brian Cook (University of Melbourne, Australia) 15 min Keynotes plus discussion

 

Community Engagement for Disaster Risk Reduction: bridging the risk sector and communities for risk reduction actions

Online
CASCADE-NET Seminar 9:

Capacity building within Civil Society: long term resilience to extreme weather risk

Ewan Waller (formerly Chief Fire Officer, Victoria, Australia; expertise in Land and Forest Management) 15 min Keynotes plus discussion

‘Searching for that elusive connection’

Online
CASCADE-NET Seminar 9:

Capacity building within Civil Society: long term resilience to extreme weather risk

Steven Forrest (University of Groningen, The Netherlands) Short (8-10 min) presentations: How do we capacity building for long-term resilience: evidence from research and practice?

 

Flood Resilience: From ‘surviving and thriving’ to capacity building and addressing inequalities.

Online
CASCADE-NET Seminar 9:

Capacity building within Civil Society: long term resilience to extreme weather risk

Alex Randall (Communities Programme Lead, Climate Outreach) Short (8-10 min) presentations: How do we capacity building for long-term resilience: evidence from research and practice?

 

Communities facing disasters: framing the connections between community, climate impacts and human mobility.

Online
CASCADE-NET Seminar 9:

Capacity building within Civil Society: long term resilience to extreme weather risk

Jacqui Cotton (National Flood and Coastal Change Engagement Manager, Environment Agency UK) Short (8-10 min) presentations: How do we capacity building for long-term resilience: evidence from research and practice?

 

Community capacity building for collaborative flood and coastal change management: challenges and opportunities

Online
CASCADE-NET Seminar 9:

Capacity building within Civil Society: long term resilience to extreme weather risk

João Porto de Albuquerque (University of Warwick) and Fernanda Lima-Silva (Getulio Vargas Foundation, Brazil) Keynote plus discussion:

 

Waterproofing Data: rethinking data generation and capacity building for flood resilience

Online
Themed discussion sessions: Rethinking participatory citizenship
CASCADE-NET Seminar 9:

Capacity building within Civil Society: long term resilience to extreme weather risk

Uta Wehn (IHE Delft Institute for Water Education in partnership with UNESCO) 15 minute Keynote:

 

Citizen Science – hype or hope for tapping into local knowledge?

Online
CASCADE-NET Seminar 9:

Capacity building within Civil Society: long term resilience to extreme weather risk

Teresa Bridgeman (ex-chair of West Somerset Flood Group, UK) Building longer-term community capacity for flood resilience: a flood action group perspective. Online
CASCADE-NET Seminar 9:

Capacity building within Civil Society: long term resilience to extreme weather risk

Sanjay Johal (UK National Flood Forum Community Engagement Manager) Barriers to community participation and leadership Online
CASCADE-NET Seminar 9:

Capacity building within Civil Society: long term resilience to extreme weather risk

Lindsey McEwen, Verity Jones, Sara Williams, Sarah Whitehouse and Luci Gorell Barnes (UWE, Bristol) Children as active hydrocitizens Online

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