Call for abstract: Abstract submission for the 3rd International Conference on Natural Hazards and Risks in a Changing World.
Researchers, practitioners, policy officers and -makers hoping to participate in the International Conference on Natural Hazards and Risks in a Changing World are encouraged to submit an abstract before the deadline of 23:59 CET Wednesday 31 January 2024.
Abstracts can be submitted via the conference website, which includes information on submission guidelines and the selection process.
Wetlands International Europe is convening a session on Nature Based Solutions for disaster risk reduction. This session will explore innovative NbS in Europe and abroad and how investments can be rapidly deployed and scaled up to address the inter-linked planetary crises, making people and property safer while achieving multiple policy objectives, including adapting to floods and droughts. The session serves as a catalyst for in-depth discussions regarding the pivotal role of NbS in mitigating systemic risks in the context of our changing climate. We invite explorations encompassing cutting-edge NbS initiatives both within Europe and on a global scale. Next to this, we welcome research on strategies for the rapid deployment and expansion of these solutions, addressing the intricate web of interconnected planetary crises.
We look forward to receiving abstracts for this session.
About the conference
MYRIAD-EU, Risk Kan and NatRiskChange are delighted to be hosting the 3rd International Conference on Natural Hazards and Risks in a Changing World: Addressing Compound and Multi-Hazard Risk from 12 until 13 June 2024.
The conference will bring together researchers, risk practitioners, and many more to explore compound and multi-hazard risk research from around the world through a variety of focussed sessions. The event will be in-person only and registration will open in early 2024, please stay tuned for news and updates on our website and social media channels to reserve your seat.
The MYRIAD-EU project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme call H2020-LC-CLA-2018-2019-2020 under grant agreement number 101003276.