Under climate change scenarios, disaster risk management is getting more complex, as the potential impacts of natural hazards on citizens and infrastructures increase, meanwhile decision-making processes have to deal with higher levels of uncertainty. Consequently, risk management agencies have to deal with unknown or more severe events. The proper inclusion of emergency response requirements into risk assessment and planning contributes to reinforce Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies.

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Reinforcing civil protection capabilities into multi-hazard risk assessment under climate change

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RECIPE dissemination sessions to local administrations and technicians (23 and 25th November 2021)

The objective of this session is to disseminate what has been worked on within the project, but especially, to provide the main results that can contribute to improve the emergency management at all stages and to reduce risk, as well as present and future damage to such episodes. There will be two different sessions: November […]

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RECIPE final workshop (October 20-21th)

The objectives of the workshop are to share the main findings of the project regarding the challenges of the civil protection in order to face the increasing and more complex risk contexts due to climate changes. It is also planned to present the developed operational tools, open a discussion with external EU experts and managers […]

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2nd RECIPE technical workshop

RECIPE project offers an open webinar which seeks to report and review the findings of the first project period per each natural hazard about Factors and Components of Risk, Civil Protection Requirements, and Climate Change Impacts. The identified emergency management requirements to face unexpected or new risk situations posed by climate change will be linked […]

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1st RECIPE workshop: methodological frame for multi-hazard risk assessment and planning

Last week the opening meeting of RECIPE project, jointly with the 1st technical workshop took place in Barcelona. Technicians and researchers from the eight institutions that are partners of the project, together with several invited experts from Wageningen University & Research, Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research, Fire Service of Catalonia, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, […]

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European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid
Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia
Pau Costa Foundation
General Directorate of Civil Protection, Government of Catalonia
Forest Research Institute of Baden-Wuerttemberg
CIMA Research Foundation
Austrian Research Centre for Forest, Natural Hazards and Landscape
Institute of Cartography and Geology of Catalonia
Instituto Superior de Agronomia

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