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Transforming disaster risk reduction at the nexus of local and scientific knowledge
Disasters pose a significant threat to global development, affecting more than half of the world's population over the last two decades. However, these impacts are not equal - an individual in a low-income country is six times more likely to die in a disaster.

Join Dr Aaron Opdyke for this important talk exploring the determinants of this growing disparity. Using new research in the Philippines which seeks to compare how communities perceive their exposure to natural hazards and the actions they take to prepare as a result, and comparing local knowledge against scientific models, this talk will highlight how intersecting knowledge is advancing our understanding of disaster risk.

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May 13, 2021 05:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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