New Zealand Coastal Society (NZCS) 2020 Conference

The New Zealand Coastal Society (NZCS) 2020 Conference will be comprised of three events including an online webinar and gatherings in 5 regions: Eric Verstappen Young Professionals Networking 12 noon to 1.30 pm Face-to-face gatherings over lunch in three centres for students and young professionals (<5 years in service). This event provides students and early...

CLIMATE RISK ASIA WEEK

15 hours of curated content over five days Covid-19 has provided a crash course in resilience for businesses the world over. Has it prepared organisations for the disruptive challenges that must be managed if the world is to avoid a foreseeable catastrophe in the form of climate change? Climate change will continue to reshape every...

Panel Discussion: The why, the what, and the how

Part of Climate Risk Asia Week Join this exclusive panel discussion: The why, the what and the how, featuring speakers from Bank Negara Malaysia, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Financial Services Agency Japan and Monetary Authority of Singapore. This panel will set out the three main areas of climate risk: physical, transition and liability. How...

Brown Bag Resilience Series of Webinars

Hosted by Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) and the Ministry of Transport (MoT) Three years ago, Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) established a Resilience Team to help guide its work to better support those across New Zealand working in disaster risk reduction, emergency management, and climate change adaptation. The key elements of the team’s work...

Webinar: CRISPS Project – Climate Resilient Sustainable Road Pavement Surfacing

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One or several simultaneous changes in climate, e.g. hotter seasons, more extreme precipitation events and sea-level rise could severely impinge on the road performance in Low-Income Countries (LICs). Failure to account for such impacts in future road design, maintenance and operating planning and protocols, could cause accelerated road deterioration and higher road use costs, thereby...

Virtual Conference: MHEW and Disaster Risk Reduction Symposium 2020

The MHEW 2020 is an event that promotes the availability and application of research science, and technology to support the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2020. This year's symposium will be a virtual conference on 14th to 16th of December 2020 which hosted from Colombo, Sri Lanka. Keynote Speakers: Dr Srinivasa...

2021 Marsh Taituarā Risk Management Forum

The online forum is designed to provide New Zealand councils practical advice for managing the risks and impact of climate change. James Hughes from Tonkin+Taylor will speak at the Marsh Risk Management Forum. He will share four key strategies that councils should take to adapt to climate change and to manage risks that come with...

NZ$750

Climate Solutions 2030: New Zealand Perspective

As part of the 2021 Webinar Series, the Future Cities Research Hub of the School of Architecture and Planning of the University of Auckland joins the international initiative Solve Climate by 2030 developed by the Bard College's Center for Environmental Policy (USA) during which universities from around the globe organise a simultaneous ‘global dialogue’ webinar...

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