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In honour of #InternationalYouthDay, we are re-sharing the words of Tamara Plush who outlines how the #UNDRR's WiA guide on Engaging Children and Youth in Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building promotes attention on Children and Youth in #DRR for a more resilient future. haznet.ca/guide-promotes-attention-children-youth-disaster-risk-reduction-resilient-future/ ... See MoreSee Less

In honour of #internationalyouthday, we are re-sharing the words of Tamara Plush who outlines how the #UNDRRs WiA guide on Engaging Children and Youth in Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building promotes attention on Children and Youth in #DRR for a more resilient future. http://haznet.ca/guide-promotes-attention-children-youth-disaster-risk-reduction-resilient-future/

Announcing a new call for submissions! #HazNet's Fall/Winter 2022 issue is in the works - and this time we're talking all about about #Sendai with the theme "Progress on Sendai Framework: Taking stock and moving forward". Are we making enough progress? Check out haznet.ca/how-to-contribute-3/ before October 15, 2022 to contribute #DRR #emergencymanagement #sendaiframework ... See MoreSee Less

Announcing a new call for submissions! #HazNets Fall/Winter 2022 issue is in the works - and this time were talking all about about #Sendai with the theme Progress on Sendai Framework: Taking stock and moving forward. Are we making enough progress? Check out http://haznet.ca/how-to-contribute-3/ before October 15, 2022 to contribute #DRR #emergencymanagement #sendaiframework

"A significant part of reframing the way we understand risk and plan for resilience is by centering new voices in these conversations." Do you agree? Check out Katia Tynan's new article in Haznet: Hope #HazNet #CRHNet #Resilience haznet.ca/antidote-disaster-despair-art-community/ ... See MoreSee Less

A significant part of reframing the way we understand risk and plan for resilience is by centering new voices in these conversations. Do you agree? Check out Katia Tynans new article in Haznet: Hope #HazNet #CRHNet #Resilience  http://haznet.ca/antidote-disaster-despair-art-community/

Given all the terrible things in the world such as war, loss of biodiversity, rising inequality and increasing disasters – how can we have hope? Shaun Koopman asks Dr. Thomas Homer-Dixon in the latest issue of #haznet - HOPE

haznet.ca/exploring-dimensions-hope-world-peril/
haznet.ca/haznet-magazine-2022-issue/

#DisasterManagement #emergencymanagement #riskreduction #royalroadsuniversity
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Given all the terrible things in the world such as war, loss of biodiversity, rising inequality and increasing disasters – how can we have hope? Shaun Koopman asks Dr. Thomas Homer-Dixon in the latest issue of #HazNet - HOPE 

http://haznet.ca/exploring-dimensions-hope-world-peril/
http://haznet.ca/haznet-magazine-2022-issue/ 

#disastermanagement #emergencymanagement #riskreduction #royalroadsuniversity

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Always found Dixon interesting. His take on clash of civilizations was contested in the 90s but turned out to be quite accurate.

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This is a great example of communicating your #preparedness plan and how/why it was put into action. Don't you feel better knowing when event producers have weather awareness well covered? @greatoutdoorsCF

This is a great example of communicating your #preparedness plan and how/why it was put into action.  Don't you feel better knowing when event producers have weather awareness well covered?  @greatoutdoorsCF
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For #internationalyouthday, we are re-sharing the words of Tamara Plush who outlines how the #UNDRR's WiA guide on Engaging Children and Youth in #DRR and Resilience Building promotes attention on Children and Youth for a more resilient future. #EMGTwitter https://t.co/NYEP6iqucU

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