Department initiates cross-CEU interdisciplinary discussion on Disaster Management studies

February 1, 2017

The Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy and the ISEPEI Project organize a series of open lectures on Disaster Management and Risk Reduction.

The lectures are to be conducted by practitioners from relevant organizations worldwide: UN agencies, national ministries, international NGOs, etc.

The lectures in February are scheduled as following:

Feb 3rd 15:30, N13.118 - Stanislav Kim (UN Development Program) "If it is not risk informed it is not sustainable"

Feb 10th 15:30, N13.416 - Lorant Czaran (UN Office for Outer Space Affairs) "Making use of space based data for disaster management and risk reduction"

Feb 17th 15:30, N13.118 - Douglas Cripe (Group of Earth Observation) "Earth Observations to Inform Decision-making for the Benefit Society"

Feb 24th 15:30, N13.118 - Kinga Perge (Hungarian National Directorate General for Disaster Management)

All students, faculty and staff members are welcome to attend. Rooms capacity is limited, please make sure to RSVP first to secure your place. 

More speakers are planning to join the series. Register your interest to receive the updates.