Summer School 2023
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CNDS/EGU Summer School
Natural Hazards in the Anthropocene, 22-26 August 2022
This international one-week course gathers PhD students in Earth-, Engineering- and Social sciences for an introduction to the dynamics and impacts of natural hazards (e.g., floods, droughts, wildfires and earthquakes) as well as disaster management and social vulnerability under the umbrella of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR).
The theme of this year’s course was diversities in approaches and practices in natural hazards and disaster science. Through lectures, seminars, and project assignments, the course explored DRR through the disaster management cycle (mitigation, preparation, response and recovery), looking at the interplay between natural hazards and society. Together with senior researchers in the field, students discussed and proposed solutions to complex problems in DRR. This course is always an opportunity to compare and analyze the disaster management cycle in relation to alternative concepts of disaster management and recent catastrophic events.
The summer school builds on research themes studied within CNDS and aims to enhance a deeper understanding of society’s ability to prepare for and cope with natural hazard risks. By engaging lecturers and students from different disciplines, the course provides a venue for lively exchanges and discussions amongst participants and experts. The summer school provides a unique international forum to explore the diverse dynamics of DRR.
- Marleen de Ruiter (VU Amsterdam)
- Jonas Johansson (Lund University)
- Lisa Schipper (University of Oxford)
- Johan von Shreeb (Karolinska Institutet)
- Lars-Göran Uddholm (Rescue service on Gotland, Sweden)
CNDS Fellows: Steffi Burchardt, Fredrik Bynander, Andra Covaciu, Giuliano Di Baldassarre, Mikael Granberg, Malin Göteman, Helena Hermansson, Björn Lund, Gabriele Messori, Elena Mondino, Johanna Mård, Daniel Nohrstedt, Lars Nyberg, Charles Parker, Anna Rutgersson, Nina von Uexkull