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Leading Environmental Business Summit Focuses on Resilient Cities

The increasing number of extreme weather events and financial losses from natural hazards and the increasing interdependency of public and private sectors necessitate building stronger connections between the public sector, industry and businesses. CRHNet interviewed John D. Wiebe, President & CEO of the Globe Group, spearheaded by the not-for-profit GLOBE Foundation, an organization that focuses on innovative technologies and an international champion of environmental business prior to Globe 2014. The interview focused on the expectations and highlights of the upcoming conference.

2017-10-12_draft Symposium agenda

Mentorship Program

Tthe CRHNet Mentorship program aims to encourage and facilitate mentorship that would enhance the practice of disaster risk reduction and response in Canada through the growth of related Canadian professionals. It does that by matching a mentor and with a person looking for mentorship. You can apply to the program through this link: Mentorship Program

 

CRHNet Awards Program

CRHNet offers four types of awards and bursaries annually. They recognize and support people and organizations who have made outstanding contributions to the field of disaster risk reduction, and who hold promise to make such contributions in the future.

Award Progam Link

Pearce Education Award Nomination Form

Symposium Travel Bursary Application Form

Lifetime Achievement Award Nomination Form

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