Workshop Contents:



Opening session 

  • Interactions and feedbacks mechanisms between risks and social processes relevant for risk management – Andrea Duro, Emilio D. Iannarelli, Italian National Department of Civil Protection
  • 1st workshop results presentation – NET RISK WORK team (CTFC)

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1 – Response and emergency management; lessons learned and achievements

  • Sharing and overview perspective of civil protection and emergency management from a multi risk approach – Rafael Prades, Catalan Civil Protection Services.
  • Enhancing emergency management and response to weather and climate events in Northern Europe – Kim Lintrup, Executive Director – Chief Fire Officer, Frederiksborg Fire & Rescue Service, Denmark
  •  Managing fire suppression operations into the Mediterranean wildland urban interfaces – Vincent Pastor, SDIS13 – Bouches-du-Rhone fire and rescue department

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2 – Community involvement and risk communication towards efficient civil protection; lessons learned and achievements

  • Resilient cities and participated processes. The Municipality of Quiliano – Alberto
    Ferrando, Mayor of Quiliano, Paolo Fiorucci, Fondazione CIMA/Proterina project
  • Human factor and community involvement. The case of wildfires in NW Spain –
    Mr. Juan Picos, ESP – Forestry University
  • Engaging communities into risks management. The wildfire groups in UK – Mr. Rob
    Gazzard, UK Forestry Commission
  • Building community disaster resilience. Good practices from civil protection associations – AVPC San Pantaleo, Associazione Soccorso S. Andrea, Gonnesa

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3 – NET RISK WORK project tools and ongoing actions

  • Regional node conference: Connect-collect-exchange, promoting networking towards
    risk management at EU level – Alex Held, EFI Resilience Programme/SURE project
  • European Fire Risk Node updates presentation – Núria Prat-Guitart, Pau Costa
    Fundation/NET RISK WORK team
  • Risk assessment matrix presentation and results – Net Risk Work team (FVA – CTFC)

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4- Risk management and policy development

  • Challenges/constrains integrating wildfire risk into spatial planning in Catalonia (study case) – Eduard Plana, Marta Serra, Marc Font, Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia
  • Dutch policies and programs for flood protection – Michaël van Buuren, Landscape planner
  • Drought Risk Reduction. Framework and practices in Sardinia – Paolo Botti, Regional Hydrographic Agency of Sardinia
  • Cost-effectiveness analysis for identifying flood risk mitigation measures in Sardinia – Giovanni Maria Sechi, University of Cagliari

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Proceeds of the discussion sessions:

Proceeds 2nd Natural Hazard Risk Management Workshop


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