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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 29/Aug/2012
8:30am
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10:00am
WED1.1: Ubiquitous technology to facilitate preparedness, practice, and situational awareness before, during, and after disasters
Location: Dischma
Chair: Helen T SULLIVAN
Chair: Markku T HÄKKINEN
Workshop organized by Rider University and University of Jyväskylä
Presentations

Ubiquitous technology to facilitate preparedness, practice, and situational awareness before, during, and after disasters

Helen T SULLIVAN1, Markku T HÄKKINEN2

1: Rider University, United States of America; 2: University of Jyväskylä & ETS

WED1.2: European critical infrastructures: which analysis framework for supporting effective decision making?
Location: Flüela
Chair: Georgios GIANNOPOULOS
Session organized by the Joint Research Centre
Presentations

European critical infrastructures: which analysis framework for supporting effective decision making?

Georgios GIANNOPOULOS, Roberto FILIPPINI

Joint Research Centre, European Commission


A resilience based analysis framework for critical infrastructures protection

Georgios GIANNOPOULOS, Roberto FILIPPINI

Joint Research Centre, Italy, Republic of


Critical infrastructure disruptions: a generic system dynamic approach for decision support

Thomas MÜNZBERG1, Tina COMES2, Frank SCHULTMANN2

1: 1Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Institute for Nuclear and Power Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany, Federal Republic of; 2: Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Institute for Industrial Production, Karlsruhe, Germany, Federal Republic of


Security and safety of cross-border infrastructure

Sergio OLIVERO1, Massimo MIGLIORINI1, Federico STIRANO1, Fabrizio CALANDRI1, Umberto FAVA2

1: SiTI - Istituto Superiore sui Sistemi Territoriali per l'Innovazione, Italy, Republic of; 2: Lamoro - Langhe Monferrato Roero, Italy, Republic of


Decision making for resilience in critical infrastructure governance

Tim PRIOR

Center for Security Studies, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland

WED1.3: A converging vision of resilience building between the private sector and civil society
Location: Sertig
Chair: Andrew MITCHELL
Session
Presentations

A converging vision of resilience building between the private sector and civil society

Andrew MITCHELL

ACF, France


Building Resilient Nations and Communities

Marcus OXLEY

Global Network for Disaster Reduction UK, United Kingdom


Building Resilient Business

Otto KOCSIS

Global Head of Technical Center Business Resilience, Zurich Insurance Company Ltd, Switzerland


Private sector-civil society partnership opportunities for resilience building

Andrew MITCHELL

Disaster Risk Management Consultant, France

WED1.4: Climate change, migration and displacement (RCC)
Location: Seehorn
Chair: Uwe LÜBKEN
Session
Presentations

Climate Change, Climate Refugees and Human Mobility

Sotiria PAPADOPOULOU1, Grit KÜMMELE2, Ralf TIETZ3

1: TU Berlin, Berlin, Germany,; 2: Netzwerk Amerikahaus Berlin e.V., Berlin, Germany,; 3: Visual Artist, Cologne, Germany


Does environmental degradation lead the way out of Chuuk, FSM?

Rebecca HOFMANN

RCC, Munich


The Protection of environmental refugees through international public law

Anja MEUTSCH

University Cologne, Germany


Social Perspectives on Land Degradation and Desertification: The Case of Migration and Conflict

Andreas RECHKEMMER

Global Risk Forum GRF Davos, Switzerland


From displacements to migrations: the earthquake of Messina (1908) and the earthquake of the Belice Valley (1968)

Giacomo PARRINELLO

Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, LMU, Germany


Developing best practices for the resettlement of environmental migrants: the next step

Eric Anthony DES MARAIS

University of Denver, United States of America

WED1.5: Critical infrastructures II
Location: Wisshorn
Chair: Daniel KULL
Chair: John HANDMER
Session
Presentations

Management of the continuity services in water infrastructure (case study: emergency drinking water management in Tehran metropolitan)

Abdollah MOZAFARI, Seyed Majid JEDDI, Sakineh MOHAMMADI, Gholam Reza JALALI

Tehran Disaster Mitigation and Management Organization (TDMMO), Iran, Islamic Republic of


Comparative risk assessment of energy technologies in the context of energy security and sustainability

Peter BURGHERR, Petrissa ECKLE, Stefan HIRSCHBERG

Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI), Switzerland


Sustainable reconstruction of critical infrastructure

Alida SALEH

Exp Services Inc., Canada / Harvard University


A comparison of regular and disrupted operations for route planning in freight transportation

Maximilian BROCK1, Tilman MATTEIS2, Cristina HAYDEN1, Li ZHANG2, Wendelin GROSS1

1: 4flow AG, Germany, Federal Republic of; 2: Institute for Economic Policy Research, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, Federal Republic of


The role of emergency transportation network in crisis management

Fatemeh SALEH

Tehran Disaster Mitigation and Management Organization, Iran, Islamic Republic of Iran


Spatio-temporal analyses of the impacts of extreme weather events on renewable energies and advancing local decision-making in climate mitigation concepts

Jeannette SIEBER

European Institute for Energy Research (EIFER), Germany, Federal Republic of


Heterogeneous Structural Development in megacities in Iran; a Factor hindering optimal performance of rescue forces in crisis response phase

Reza BATHAEE1, Hossein TEIMOORI2

1: INDM Conference (Founder) Iran; 2: Master in Technology Management

WED1.6: Risk in urban areas
Location: Sanada 1
Chair: Robert MUIR-WOOD
Chair: Jiayuan YE
Session
Presentations

Understanding and Measuring Urban Resilience: A new UN-Habitat's initiative

Ansa MASAUD

UN-Habitat, Nairobi, Kenya


Preliminary study of the relationship between new risk factors and traditional risk factors.

Feng KONG1,3, Peijun SHI1,2,3, Shao SUN1,3, Man LI1,3

1: State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology of Beijing Normal University, China; 2: Key Laboratory of Environmental Change and Natural Disaster of Ministry of Education, Beijing Normal University, China; 3: Academy of Disaster Reduction and Emergency Management of Ministry of Civil Affairs and Ministry of Education, Beijing Normal University, China


Vulnerability assessment of urban building stock: a hierarchic approach

Tiago FERREIRA1, Romeu VICENTE1, Humberto VARUM1, J.A.R. MENDES DA SILVA2, Aníbal COSTA1

1: University of Aveiro, Portugal; 2: University of Coimbra, Portugal


Enhancing urban resilience to extreme waters: The WASH and RESCUE Initiative

Guoyi HAN1, Åse JOHANNESSEN1, Anders PÅLSSON2, Arno ROSEMARIN1, Cecilia RUBEN1, Thor Axel STENSTRÖM1, Åsa SWARTLING1

1: Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden, Kingdom of; 2: Kristianstad City, Sweden


Tale of two cities: developing city reliance strategies under climate change scenarios for Indore and Surat, India

Gopalakrishna BHAT, Umamaheshwaran RAJASEKAR, Anup KARANTH

TARU Leading Edge, India, Republic of


Building a safe municipality Morelia, Michoacàn, Méxiko

Patricia ALARCÓN1, Manuel NOCCETI2, Rogelio DÍAZ2

1: Institute for Research on Risk Management. INIGER .Morelia,México; 2: The Municipality of Morelia, Michoacán.


Experiences of working for improving state of community based disaster preparedness in Mumbai city

Ajay R. GOVALE

Program Director - United Way India Helpline - United Way of India & United Way Mumbai Helpline- United Way of Mumbai

   
10:00am
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10:30am
Coffee break
10:30am
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12:00pm
Plenary 8.1: Global risks - An integrated governance approach
Location: Davos

SESSION CHAIR: Andreas RECHKEMMER - Professor - Chief Science and Policy Advisor - Global Risk Forum GRF Davos - Davos - Switzerland

PANELLISTS:

  • Edgar GRANDE - Professor - Chair - Comparative Policy Analysis - University of Munich / Board Member - Munich Center on Governance - Munich - Germany
  • Carlo JAEGER - Professor for Economy - PIK Potsdam - Potsdam - Germany
  • Sander VAN DER LEEUW - Dean and Professor - School of Sustainability - Arizona State University - Phoenix - USA
  • Michael J. MANFREDO - Professor and Department Head - Human Dimensions of Natural Resources - Colorado State University - Fort Collins CO - USA
  • Diana MANGALAGIU - Associate Professor - Smith School of Enterprise and Environment - University of Oxford - Oxford - United Kingdom / Professor of Strategy - Reims Management School - Reims - France
  • Peijun SHI - Professor - Beijing Normal University - Beijing - China

Supported by Int. Risk Governance Project IRP-P and Global Systems Dynamics and Policy GSDP

Plenary 8.2: Disasters, environment and migration
Location: Aspen

SESSION CHAIR: Bron TAYLOR - Professor - University of Forida - Gainesville - USA

PANELLISTS:

  • Jörn BIRKMANN - Head of Section - United Nations University Institute for Envrionmenat and Human Security UNU-EHS - Bonn - Germany
  • Eric DES MARAIS - Adjunct Faculty -  Graduate School of Social Work - University of Denver - Denver - USA
  • Uwe LÜBKEN - Research Fellow - Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society - Munich - Germany
  • Franz MAUELSHAGEN - Executive Board Member and Program Coordinator of "Climate & Culture" - Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut, KWI) - Essen - Germany
  • Anthony OLIVER-SMITH - Professor University of Florida - Gainesville - USA
  • H.E. Ms. Ama I. PEPPLE - CFR - Federal Minister of Land - Housing and Urban Development - Abuja - Nigeria
  • Roger S. PULWARTY - Director - National Integrated Drought Information System - National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration - USA

Chaired and supported by RCC – Rachel Carson Centre, Munich

12:00pm
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12:20pm
OS2: Open Stage: The Colorado Wildfires 2012: Exposing the risk of re-rural migration in the Western U.S. by Michael Manfredo
Location: Davos
12:00pm
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1:00pm
Lunch WED: Lunch break
12:30pm
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12:50pm
DD3: Davos Dialogues: Urban risks and resilience
Location: Foyer C1
Chair: David ALEXANDER, Global Risk Forum GRF Davos
Davos Dialogues is a topical meeting point for everybody to meet and continue discussions during lunchtime. The moderated discussions aim to influence the IDRC Davos 2012 outcomes.
1:00pm
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2:30pm
WED4.1: Collectors, coordinators and directors - Innovation in the management of disasters
Location: Dischma
Chair: Gavin John LOVE
Chair: Kit MIYAMOTO
Workshop organized by WorleyParsons and Miyamoto International
Presentations

Collectors, coordinators and directors - innovation in the management of disasters

Gavin John LOVE1, Kit MIYAMOTO2

1: WorleyParsons, United States of America; 2: Miyamoto International

WED4.2: Integrated risk assessment: what kind of multi-risk analysis to support the risk reduction decision-making process?
Location: Flüela
Chair: Carmelo DIMAURO
Chair: Sara BOUCHON
Session organized by Risk Governance Solutions
Presentations

Integrated risk assessment: what kind of multi-risk analysis to support the risk reduction decision-making process?

Carmelo DIMAURO, Sara BOUCHON

RGS Srl - Risk Governance Solutions, Italy, Republic of


Multi-hazard and multi-risk assessment methods for Europe: the MATRIX project

Kevin Michael FLEMING

German Research Centre for Geosciences, Germany, Federal Republic of


The multirisk approach for the Pays A3V, France, BRGM

Nathalie MARÇOT, Carola MIRGON

BRGM, France


Societal Security – the new standard ISO 22301 for Business Continuity Management

Luigi BRUSAMOLINO

CISM, CRISC – Managing Director Southern Europe BSI


Risk engineering decision tools for risk management support

Marcello FORTE, Emanuele SALVADOR

AXA Matrix Risk Consultants, Italy, Republic of


User requirements assessment to support the integrated risk management decision-making process

Sara BOUCHON, Carmelo DIMAURO

Risk Governance Solutions S.r.l., Italy, Republic of

WED4.3: Lessons learned from recent very large-scale disasters in the world
Location: Sertig
Chair: Peijun SHI
Session organized by the Integrated Risk Governance Project/IHDP
Presentations

Lessons learned from recent very large-scale disasters in the world

Peijun SHI1, Carlo JAEGER2

1: Integrated Risk Governance Project/IHDP, China, People's Republic of; 2: Global Systems, Dynamics and Policy, Global Climate Forum

WED4.4: Rio+20 and The Future of Sustainability and Disaster Risk Reduction
Location: Aspen
Chair: Karl-Otto ZENTEL
Chair: Andreas RECHKEMMER
Session supported by DKKV and GIZ
Presentations

Rio+20 and the future of sustainability and disaster risk reduction

Karl-OTTO ZENTEL1, Andreas RECHKEMMER2

1: DKKV; 2: Global Risk Forum, GRF Davos

WED4.5: Climate change: impacts, preparedness and adaptation
Location: Wisshorn
Chair: Adolfo MASCARENHAS
Chair: Man Cheung CHUNG
Session
Presentations

The impact of uncertainties and risks on cooperation and conflict in transboundary water management

Itay FISCHHENDLER

hebrew university, Israel, State of


Climate change risk analysis as a basis for a national climate change adaptation strategy in Switzerland

Niels HOLTHAUSEN1, Pamela KÖLLNER-HECK2, Michael BRÜNDL3, Peter LOCHER1, Marco PÜTZ4, Sabine PERCH-NIELSEN1, Lilian BLASER1, Thomas PROBST2, Roland HOHMANN2

1: Ernst Basler + Partner, Switzerland; 2: Federal Office for the Environment, Switzerland; 3: WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF, Switzerland; 4: Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Switzerland


Weather aware, climate prepared.

Tim DONOVAN, Tom BUTCHER

Met Office, United Kingdom


Climate change, natural resources, institution and the value of research from a global to a local perspective in Mwanga district Kilimanjaro region, Tanzania

Adolfo Caridade MASCARENHAS

LINKS Trust Fund, Tanzania, United Republic of


The climate change impact and adaptation strategy on disaster in Taiwan

Yung-ming CHEN1, Liang-chun CHEN1,2

1: Natinonal Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction, Taiwan, Republic of China; 2: National Taiwan University, Graduate Institute of Building and Planning


Diagnosis of climate-related risks by using a Bayesian updating method – a case study of summer temperature in China

YunYun JIN1,2, Ming WANG1,2, PeiJun SHI1,2, SaiNi YANG1,2

1: State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes & Resource Ecology,Beijing 100875,China; 2: Academy of Disaster Reduction and Emergency Management Ministry of Civil Affairs & Ministry of Education,Beijing Normal University,Beijing 100875,China


Coping with floods in a riverbank-settlement in Jakarta, Indonesia. An interdisciplinary approach to human actor's heterogeneous risk-strategies

Roanne VAN VOORST1, Michel HANDGRAAF2

1: UvA, Netherlands, Kingdom of the; 2: Wageningen University, Netherlands, Kingdom of the

WED4.6: Ecosystem based approaches and engineering measures
Location: Sanada 1
Chair: Radhika MURTI
Chair: Frank GRAF
Session
Presentations

Land use change and human health in the Eastern Himalayas: an adaptive ecosystem

Hari Krishna NIBANUPUDI

International center for INtegrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Nepal, Federal Democratic Republic of


An ecosystem-based resilience analysis of Infanta, Quezon, Philippines

Noralene Menchavez UY, Rajib SHAW

Kyoto University, Japan


Investigating the performance of coastal ecosystems for hazard mitigation

Sam.S.L HETTIARACHCHI1, Saman. P SAMARAWICKRAMA1, Harsha RATNASOORIYA1, Joe FERNANDO2

1: University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka, Democratic Socialist Republic of; 2: Universiy of Notre Dam, USA


Hazard management in a debris flow affected area – Spreitgraben, Switzerland

Daniel TOBLER, Isabelle KULL

GEOTEST AG, Switzerland


Impact of climate change, land use change and residential mitigation measures on damage and risk assessment

Jennifer K. POUSSIN1,2, Philip J. WARD1,2, Philip BUBECK1,2,3, Jeroen C.J.H. AERTS1,2

1: Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 2: Amsterdam Global Change Institute (AGCI), VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 3: German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ), Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, Section Hydrology, Germany


Protection against muddy floods: perception of one protection system (fascines) for local actors in Alsace (France)

Carine HEITZ1, Géraldine FLINOIS1,2, Sandrine GLATRON2

1: Irstea-GESTE, France; 2: LIVE-CNRS, France


Environmental and ecological solutions 21st century technology

Garry DE LA POMERAI

VVSC FZ LLC UAE, United Kingdom

   
2:30pm
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2:40pm
Break
2:40pm
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4:10pm
WED5.1: The benefits of standardisation in reducing seismic risk
Location: Dischma
Chair: Fabio Federico TAUCER
Chair: Artur PINTO
Session organized by the Joint Research Centre
Presentations

The benefits of standardisation in reducing seismic risk

Fabio Federico TAUCER, Artur PINTO

Joint Research Centre, Italy (European Commission)


Harmonization of seismic hazard assessment: the SHARE example

Domenico GIARDINI

eth Zurich, Switzerland


The importance of a systemic seismic vulnerability and risk analysis of complex urban, regional, national or pan-European systems comprising buildings, transportation, lifelines, utility networks and critical facilities

Kyriazis PITILAKIS

ARISTOTELIO PANEPISTIMIO THESSALONIKI, Greece, Hellenic Republic


The role of the European Standards for Construction (Eurocodes) for earthquake risk mitigation

Artur PINTO, Fabio Federico TAUCER

European Commission - DG JRC, Italy, Republic of


Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe Directive (INSPIRE): contribution towards seismic risk and loss assessment

Fabio Federico TAUCER

Joint Research Centre, Italy, Republic of

WED5.2: Improved Risk information to support sound policy/decision making processes – The UNDP’s Global Risk Identification Programme, GRIP’s experience
Location: Sanada 2
Chair: Carlos Anibal VILLACIS
Session organized by UNDP-GRIP
Presentations

Improved Risk information to support sound policy/decision making processes – The UNDP’s Global Risk Identification Programme, GRIP’s experience

Jo SCHEUER1, Carlos VILLACIS2, José Guadalupe OSUNA MILLÁN3, Regina BELOW4, Jiahong WEN5, Amod DIXIT6

1: UNDP-BCPR; 2: UNDP-GRIP; 3: Government Baja California State, Mexico; 4: CRED; 5: GRIP-CERAM Shanghai; 6: NSET-Nepal

WED5.3: Risk, society and culture
Location: Sertig
Chair: Ortwin RENN
Session
Presentations

Cultural Role in Risk and Disaster Management, A case study from Uganda, Africa

Abass MUKASA

Kampala Capital City Authority


Risk shrink: exploring the psychology of risk

Sean MURPHY

Lootok, United States of America


Towards an interdisciplinary framework for understanding the role of culture in the post disaster reconstruction process

Ram Sateesh PASUPULETI

Luleå University of Technology Lulea, Sweden , Sweden, Kingdom of, and School of Planning and Architecture Bhopal India


Making and unmaking human security: the limits of state power in reducing risk and creating resilience

John HANDMER, Blythe MCLENNAN

RMIT University, Australia


A critical pedagogy of risk: empowering children with knowledge and skills for DRR

Briony Clare TOWERS

RMIT University, Australia


Posttraumatic stress and psychiatric co-morbidity following bombing in Iraq: the role of shattered world assumptions and altered self-capacities

Man Cheung CHUNG1, Fuaad Mohammed FREH2, Rudi DALLOS2

1: Zayed University, United Arab Emirates,; 2: University of Plymouth, UK,


Considering social and cultural dimension of resilient cities

Mohammad Reza FARZAD BEHTASH1, Mohammad Ali KEYNEJHAD2, Mohammad Taghi PIRBABAEI3, Mohammad Taghi AGHABABAEI4

1: Tabriz Islamic Art University - Research & Planning Center of Tehran Municipality, Iran, Islamic Republic of; 2: Tabriz Islamic Art University; 3: Tabriz Islamic Art University; 4: Research & Planning Center of Tehran Municipality

WED5.4: Scenarios and models in DRR
Location: Seehorn
Chair: Angelika WIRTZ
Chair: Bernhard M. HÄMMERLI
Session
Presentations

A long term building capacity model that prepares for effective disaster relief

Sidney COUPET, Christopher COPPOLA

Doctors United For Haiti (DUFH), United States of America


Using disaster propagation model to study rainfall impact on regional freeway network

Jiayuan YE1, Saini YANG1, Xuechi ZHANG2, Shuai HE1

1: State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology, Beijing Normal University, China, People's Republic of; 2: College of Information Science and Technology, Beijing Normal University, China, People's Republic of


The planning and implementation of earthquake scenario in megacities

Amir AZIZI, Abolghassem BAGHBANNEZHAD

Municipality of Mashhad, Iran, Islamic Republic of


The role of land use planning in the disaster risk reduction

Mehdi NOJAVAN1, Alireza SADEGHIAN1, Mahsa MOHAJERAN2, Abdollah SOBANI3

1: university of Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of; 2: university of Birjand, Iran, Islamic Republic of; 3: Department of Hydraulic Engineering, K.N. University ofTechnology, Tehran, Iran


Fuel cycle risks imposed by a nuclear growth scenario

Nikolaus ARNOLD, Klaus GUFLER, Steven C. SHOLLY

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria, Republic of


3D-simulation of integrated natural and man-made hazards

Igor MARININ1,2, Sergey KABANIKHIN2, Andrey MARCHUK2,3, Olga KRIVOROTKO3, Adel KARAS1, David KHIDASHELI1

1: Wapmerr, Switzerland; 2: Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics SB RAS, Russian Federation; 3: Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation

WED5.5: Special Swiss Re session on Financial Tools for Disaster Risk Management
Location: Wisshorn
Chair: Esther BAUR
Organized by Swiss Re
Presentations

Special Swiss Re session on financial tools for disaster risk management

Esther BAUR

Swiss Reinsurance Ltd


Regional insurance facility in Central America – an integrated approach to risk management and risk transfer

Guillermo COLLICH

Inter-American Development Bank


Boosting agricultural production and stabilizing farmers' income through index insurance in Vietnam

Dang The VINH

Vina Re


Proposal for a national earthquake insurance program for Greece

Aglaia PETSETI

University of Pireaus


Bundling of risks for disaster proofing

Rajagopalan DEVABALAN

CARE, India, Republic of


Lessons from various microinsurance schemes and key success factors

Mario WILHELM

Swiss Reinsurance Ltd

WED5.6: Agriculture, land degradation and drought
Location: Sanada 1
Chair: Yuan ZHOU
Chair: Frank GRAF
Session
Presentations

A wind erosion case study in an alpine meadow (Davos, Switzerland) compared to wind tunnel experiments with live plants

Frank GRAF

WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF, Switzerland


Agricultural risk micro-insurance product for Mozambique

Christian P. MORTGAT1, Pane STOJANOVSKI2, Auguste C. BOISSONNADE2, Alex BERNHARDT3

1: Risk Management Solutions, Inc.; 2: Asia Risk Centre, Inc.; 3: Guy Carpenter & Company, LLC


Enhancing farmer’s resilience toward droughts: perspective from northwestern region of Bangladesh

Umma HABIBA, Rajib SHAW, Yukiko TAKEUCHI

Kyoto University, Japan


Livelihood improvement of the poorest farmer through degraded forest management in Nepal

Pashupati Nath KOIRALA

Government, Nepal, Federal Democratic Republic of

   
4:10pm
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4:40pm
Coffee break
4:40pm
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5:25pm
Key 3: Keynote by Dr David Nabarro Special Representative of the UN Secretary General on Food Security and Nutrition, and the UN System Influenza Coordinator
Location: Davos
Supporting resilient systems for one health, food security and nutrition: participatory risk reduction at critical interfaces
5:25pm
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6:55pm
Plenary 9: Risk in agriculture
Location: Davos

SESSION CHAIR: Marco FERRONI - Executive Director - Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture - Basel - Switzerland

PANELLISTS:

  • André BATIONO - Senior Resource Mobilization Officer - Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa AGRA - Nairobi - Kenya
  • Mike BUSHELL - Principal Scientific Advisor - Syngenta - Basel - Switzerland
  • John STAATZ - Professor Emeritus - Michigan State University - USA
  • Marco FERRONI - Executive Director - Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture - Basel - Switzerland

Chaired and Supported by Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture, Basel, Switzerland

6:55pm
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7:15pm
OS3: Open Stage: International Year of Water Cooperation, 2013: Mainstreaming Water Cooperation into Water related Disaster Risk Reduction by Sulton Rahimov
Location: Davos
6:55pm
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8:00pm
WED7.1: Critical infrastructures
Poster Session
Presentations

The influence of technology transfer management in improving the performance of risk management of natural disaster in rail transportation: a case study in Iran

Sajad GANJEHI1, Alireza NAJARI1, Khadije NOROUZI KHATIRI1, Babak AHMADI2

1: M.Sc. in Natural Disaster Management of Tehran University; 2: M.Sc. in Transfer of technology Management of Islamic Azad University- South Tehran Branch


Identification of critical infrastructures exposed to natural hazards: the main step towards the impact assessment on regional socio-economic systems

Carmelo DIMAURO1, Serena LARI2, Sara BOUCHON1, Paolo FRATTINI2

1: RGS Srl - Risk Governance Solutions, Italy, Republic of; 2: Dipartimento di Scienze Geologiche e Geotecnologie, Universita' degli Studi di Milano Bicocca, Milano, Italy

WED7.2: Business continuity management
Poster Session
Presentations

Risk of ice shed from wind turbines

Markus DRAPALIK, Herbert FORMAYER, Bernhard POSPICHAL, Wolfgang KROMP

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria


Assessing direct damage and losses due to the disruption of production processes caused by natural hazards in Europe

Heidi KREIBICH, Philip BUBECK

German Research Centre for Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany


How to build a BCM Brand

Sean MURPHY

Lootok, United States of America


Measures of supply chain risk management

Steffen DESPOTOV1, Li ZHANG1, Hanno FRIEDRICH2, Andreas BALSTER2

1: Karlsruher Institute of Technology, Germany, Federal Republic of; 2: Technical University of Darmstadt

WED7.3: Disaster and crisis management
Poster Session
Presentations

Application of FMEA and HFMEA Techniques as Risk Assessment Tools for contingency Planning

Mohammad Hossein YARMOHAMMADIAN1, Golrokh ATIGHECHIAN2

1: Health Management and economic research Center, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Iran, Islamic Republic of; 2: Tehran University of Medical Sciences


Global design compliance and land issues challenges and regulatory barriers

Garry DE LA POMERAI

GTFBC Global Task Force Building Codes UNESCO- UNCRD


Country risk analysis and assessment by humanitarian organizations

Sandrine ROUSSY

Action contre la Faim, France


Features of sea ice disaster in the Bohai Sea in 2010

Shao SUN1,2,3, Peijun SHI1,2,4

1: State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology, Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China; 2: Academy of Disaster Reduction and Emergency Management, Ministry of Civil Affairs & Ministry of Education, Beijing 100875, China; 3: College of Physical and Environmental Oceanography, Ocean University of China, Qingdao 266100, China; 4: Key Laboratory of Environmental Change and Natural Disaster of Ministry of Education, Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China


How to measure efficiency in risk prevention?

Magnus JOHANSSON1,3, Henrik JALDELL2,3, Yvonne ANDERSSON-SKÖLD4, Lars NYBERG1, Ramona BERGMAN4, Erik PERSSON1

1: Centre for Climate and Safety, Karlstad University; 2: Department of Economics, Karlstad university, Sweden; 3: Evaluation and Monitoring Department, Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, Karlstad, Sweden; 4: Swedish Geotechnical Institute, Gothenburg, Sweden


Reproducing the lakou: the role of vernacular settlement patterns in post-disaster temporary settlements

James Patrick MILLER

University of Oregon, United States of America


SoTech Risks an important context to be taken into consideration

Bijan YAVAR

Millennium Enlightened Planners Engineering Company (MEPCO), Iran, Islamic Republic of


The role of management information systems to response to crisis management

RezaAli BOZORGIMAKARANI1, Naser MAHRDADI2, Seyedabolfazl MOHAMMADI3, Behruz BAVANDPORI4, Bahareh GHODS3

1: Student of the University of Tehran in disaster management; 2: PhD, Professor, Scientific Dept of Environment Faculty of Tehran University, Tehran,; 3: Student of the University of Tehran in disaster management; 4: Student of the University of Tehran in disaster management


Preparing and planning in disaster management

Nimal Piyasiri BANDARA

Disaster Management Centre of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka, Democratic Socialist Republic of


Learning from crisis management exercises: a design science approach to exercise evaluation

Ralf Josef Johanna BEERENS1,2, Henrik TEHLER2,3

1: Netherlands Institute for Safety (NIFV) – Research Department (The Netherlands); 2: Lund University – Lund University Centre for Risk Assessment and Management (LUCRAM) (Sweden); 3: Lund University – Training Regions Research Centre (Sweden)


National efforts and the challenge of disaster in Nigeria

Asimiyu Mohammed JINADU

Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria, Nigeria, Federal Republif of


How specialised research fields of disaster management can be integrated?

Hideyuki SHIROSHITA

Kansai University, Japan


New disaster mangement system in Turkey

Cigdem TETIK, Suleman Kaan OZENER, Oktay GOKCE, Mustafa Kemal TUFEKCI

Republic of Turkey, Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency, Turkey, Republic of


Research on region regularity of disaster chains in Gansu Province China

Han YU1,2, Jing'ai WANG1,2,3, Qinqing SHI2,4, Yuanyuan YIN1,2

1: School of Geography, Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China; 2: Research Laboratory of Regional Geography, Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China; 3: State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology, Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China; 4: Department of Geography, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742, USA


Building organisational disaster resilience: lessons from Australian bushfire

Alan Peter MARCH, Sophie STURUP

University of Melbourne, Australia

WED7.4: Local action and community empowerment
Poster Session
Presentations

Rural areas in Turkey and their reasons being vulnerable

Didem Gunes YILMAZ

QUEENS UNIVERSITY BELFAST, United Kingdom


Community empowerment for effective corporate supply chain logistics in the present economic crisis

Swati MITRA

MICRO INSURANCE ACADEMY, India, Republic of


Empowerment of the community after a fire - residents' meeting as psycho-social intervention

Tiina KORVENRANTA1, Annika MANNINEN2, Sointu SILVOLA1

1: City of Vantaa, Finland, Finland, Republic of; 2: City of Helsinki, Finland, Finland, Republic of


Developing a comprehensive model for disaster resilient community

Muhammad Taghi AGHABABAEI1, Muhamad Reza FARZAD BEHTASH1, Esmaeil SALEHI2, Hajar SARMADI3

1: Research and Planning Center of Tehran Municipality, Iran, Islamic Republic of; 2: Tehran University, Environmental Department; 3: Iran Water Resource Management Co.


Reconstituting community in the aftermath of nuclear terrorism

Monica Lynn SCHOCH-SPANA

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, United States of America

WED7.5: Prepardness and early warning
Poster Session
Presentations

Country risk analysis and assessment by humanitarian organization

Sandrine ROUSSY

Action contre la Faim, France


Inter-model influence diagram analysis using modular elicitation methods for evacuation decision-making

Paul KAILIPONI1, Duncan SHAW2

1: University of Manchester, United Kingdom; 2: Warwick University, United Kingdom


The need for developing a culture of earthquake shelters to render early warning useful

Max WYSS

WAPMERR, Switzerland


Seismic prediction and real time early warning make a perfect combination

Garry DE LA POMERAI

VVSC FZ LLC UAE, United Kingdom


Human preparedness and response to risk: a neuroscience perspective

Helen T SULLIVAN1, Markku T HÄKKINEN2

1: Rider University, United States of America; 2: University of Jyväskylä & ETS


A seismic swarm: a social lab to promote earthquake preparedness

Carolina GRANADO, Antonio AGUILAR, Raquel VASQUEZ

Venezuelan Foundation for Seismological Research, FUNVISIS, Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of


Development of a daily fire danger system

Alexander Duran ARPACI1, L.N. GRIMMA1, H. FORMAYER1, D. LEIDINGER1, A. BECK2, C GRUBER2, M. MÜLLER1, J. ALBERS1, H. VACIK1

1: University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria, Republic of; 2: Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics,Austria


Best practices and new technologies in fire detection and suppression

Joachim Franz DREIBACH

Fire Watch international AG, Switzerland

WED7.6: Risk governance
Poster Session
Presentations

Institutional responses to coastal hazards: a comparative perspective

Itay FISCHHENDLER

hebrew university, Israel, State of


Processual political methodology as a legitimate response to pluralism and uncertainty issues

Julia ORNAF1, Alexandre RAMBAUD2

1: Univeristy of Lausanne - Institue of Land Use Policies and Human Environment; 2: Paris Dauphine University - Dauphine RM


IRGC concepts and tools for risk governance

Marie-Valentine FLORIN

International Risk Governance Council, Switzerland


Progress and new initiatives in IRG project/IHDP

Qian YE

Integrated Risk Governance Project/IHDP, China, People's Republic of

WED7.7: Climate change adaptation & disaster risk reduction
Poster Session
Presentations

An integrated approach to delineation of eco-climatic zones in Northern Nigeria

Aishetu ABDULKADIR1, Usman MUHAMMAD TSOWA1, Haliru Ayuba SHABA2, Abubakar SADAUKI1

1: Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria.; 2: Space Application, National Space Research and Development Agency (NSRDA), PMB 437, Garki Abuja, Nigeria


Natural disasters and climate change: safe school design and construction

Alida SALEH

Exp Services Inc., Canada


Soil loss and dust release in farmland during extreme dust storms in China

Yanli LU1,2

1: IHDP-IRGP, China, People's Republic of; 2: Beijing Normal University, China, People's Republic of


Disaster management and linkages with climate change adaptation

Manash Ronjan BHADRA, NNM Mujibuddaula Sardar Kanak KANAK, Rabiul ISLAM

Shusamaj Foundation, Bangladesh, People's Republic of


Integrated Flood Management in the context of climate change: case study Vietnam

Martijn Floris VAN STAVEREN

Wageningen UR, Netherlands, Kingdom of the


Fire risk and interactions with other natural hazards under the impact of climate change in Austria

Alexander Duran ARPACI1, H. VACIK1, O. SASS2, R. SAILER2

1: University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria, Republic of; 2: University of Insbruck


Impacts of climate change in geographically isolated areas: community perception from riverine islands of south-central and northern Bangladesh

Mohammed Abdul BATEN1,2, Lubna SEAL2

1: Independent University Bangladesh,; 2: Unnayan Onneshan, Bangladesh


Preparedness arising from vulnerability and the value of resilience during the latest climate change episode in Zanzibar

Adolfo Caridade MASCARENHAS

LINKS Trust Fund, Tanzania, United Republic of


Recent climate change in Iran – spatial and temporal characteristics of trends of temperature

Sina MALLAH NOWKANDEH, Ali ZARE, Hossein Ali BAHRAMI, Pourya TAVAKOLI, Soudabeh KHODABAKHSHI

Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran


CDM, dam and disaster management of Climate Change

Seyed Abolfazl MOHAMMADI1, Mahmood AFSOUS2, Hesam EBRAHIMZADEH3, Bamshad HOUSHYANI4

1: Tehran University , Sazehpardazi iran consulting engineering Co., Iran, Islamic Republic of; 2: Sazehpardazi iran consulting engineering Co; 3: Rahbord Energy Design &Development Eng. Co.; 4: Climate Focus


Monitoring of severe weather phenomena for the reduction of damage caused by them on the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Tatyana Yurevna SMIRNOVA

Research Hydrometeorological Institute (NIGMI), Uzbekistan, Republic of

WED7.8: Health and medical interventions within emergency situations
Poster
Presentations

Evaluation of hospital vulnerability, three hospitals in Kerman-Iran

Esmaeil SHIEH1, Kiomarth HABIBI2, Mohamad amin SKANDARI1

1: Iran University of Science & Technology; 2: University of Kurdistan


Adapting the” Paho Hospital Safety Index” for hospitals in Iran

Kiomarth HABIBI2, Esmaeil SHIEH1, Mohamad amin SKANDARI1

1: Iran University of Science & Technology; 2: University of Kurdistan


Preventive family consultation with the approach of enhancing psychological resilience and its role in promoting post-disaster psychological preparedness and mental health

Yahya BAZYARIZADEH1,2, Ameneh RAHATI3

1: Graduate Student of Family Counseling of Hormozgan University Campus in qeshm island; 2: Red Crescent Society of Hormozgan Province of Iran, Iran, Islamic Republic of; 3: Hormozgan University of Medical Sciences


Providing medical support to large scale public gatherings

Chaim RAFALOWSKI1, Guy CASPI1, Alfonso DEL ALAMO GIMENEZ2, Leo LATASCH3, Michael HOPMEIER4

1: Magen David Adom, Israel, State of; 2: Ayuntamiento de Madrid; 3: Frankfurt city health department; 4: Unconventiona Concepts incorporated.


Impact of arsenic mitigation program on socioeconomic aspects of the beneficiaries

Md. Safiul Islam AFRAD, Md. Enamul HOQUE

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University, Bangladesh, People's Republic of


Urban service monitoring system (UrSMS): reducing health risks through active monitoring in Surat, India

Umamaheshwaran RAJASEKAR, Gopalakrishna BHAT, Anup KARANTH

TARU Leading Edge, India, Republic of


Posttraumatic stress disorder and psychiatric co-morbidity following 2010 flood in Pakistan: the role of cognition distortion and suppression

Man Cheung CHUNG1, Muazzam NASRULLAH2, Sabeena JALAL3, Najib Ullah KHAN4

1: Zayed University, United Arab Emirates; 2: West Virginia University, USA; 3: Dow University of Health Sciences, Pakistan; 4: Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, Pakistan

7:15pm
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8:00pm
WED8.1: GIS for Disaster Management
Location: Dischma
Chair: Jeff BARANYI, ESRI
Workshop organized by ESRI
WED8.2: Business continuity management
Location: Flüela
Chair: William Gene CORLEY, CTLGroup
Chair: Gavin John LOVE, WorleyParsons
Session
Presentations

Continuing operations in a modern and efficient manner

John ZEPPOS

COSMOTE Mobile Telecommunications S.A., Greece; NATO


Controversy and crisis management

Sean MURPHY

Lootok, United States of America


Enabling small businesses to develop their business continuity plan: York University business continuity planning toolkit for small businesses

Ali ASGARY, Albert KONG

York University, Canada


 
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