- Training Course
- Natural Hazards Center
- 13-16 Jul 2013
- United States of America (Broomfiled)
- Omni Interlocken Resort
Since 1975, the Natural Hazards Center has hosted the Annual natural hazards research and application workshop for 400 federal, state, and local emergency officials; representatives of nonprofit and humanitarian organizations; hazards researchers; disaster consultants; and others dedicated to alleviating the impacts of disasters.
- Predictable, preventable: Enabling communities to reduce disaster risk assessing state and local hazard mitigation plans in the U.S
- Disaster and development
- Climate change and severe weather: The public health response nonprofits in natural hazards preparedness and response
- Resilience revisited
- Human and civil rights in disasters & sea level rise in the U.S.
- Community planning and adaptation to climate change
- Disasters, deadlines, and resilience
- Resilience indicators: Ready or not
- Integrating climate adaptation into federal disaster policy
- How public health informs and inspires disaster science, policy, and practice
- Engaging users: SAFRR tsunami scenario creation and results
- Risk communication and decision making
- Public alert and warning messages for mobile devices
Event feeGeneral registration: $375, student rate: $225, University of Colorado faculty and student rate: $100, state and local government practitioner rate: $300, International Research Committee on Disasters researchers meeting rate: $150
What is included in the event fee
Materials, facilities, and coffee breaks. You'll have the opportunity to sign up for meals and the IRCD and NHMA meetings when registering.
How to register
Registration is by invitation only. You can register online using the unique link in your invitation e-mail. If you do not have your e-mail or need to request an invitation, email Diane Smith or call +1 (303) 492-6818.
All registration forms and fees must be received by June 19.
A $75 fee will be added to all walk-in registrations.
- Climate Change, Early Warning, Health & Health Facilities, Risk Identification & Assessment, Governance, Disaster Risk Management, Social Impacts & Social Resilience
- United States of America