Disaster Resilience Education & Research: Roadmap for Europe 2030

In recent years, the European higher education community has played an increasingly important role in moving disaster science from a responsive, primarily technical discipline, to a broad, multi-disciplinary movement that seeks to build societal resilience to disaster. This movement coincides with the increasing global emphasis on the need to tackle the inter-related challenges of disaster risk reduction, sustainable development and climate change.

 

Disaster Resilience Network & EU, 2015

Roadmap for Europe 2030
http://www.hud.ac.uk/media/universityofhuddersfield/content2013/schools/artdesignandarchitecture/images/research/gdrc/news/ANDROID_ROADMAP_ENGLISH.pdf

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