20 May 2022
Risk KAN Compound Extremes Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Thursday 30th June at 14:00 UTC (10:00 EDT/16:00 CET)
 
Speaker  
Anaïs Couasnon (VU Amsterdam)
Addressing challenges in multi-hazard decision-making with modeling and risk-simulation games and
Greg Yetman (Columbia U)
Hazard event interactions: Data for planning and select examples
 
Zoom link
20 May 2022
Risk KAN Compound Extremes Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Monday 06th June at 14:00 UTC (10:00 EDT/16:00 CET)
 
Speaker  
Beth Tellman (U Arizona);
Understanding flood risk from space: Opportunities to adapt to changing risk and catalyze climate justice
 
Zoom link
06 May 2022
Risk KAN Early Warning Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Thursday 19th May at 16:00 CET
 
Speaker  
Dr Avi Baruch (Previsico);
New approaches to surface water flood forecasting
 
Recording is here
22 April 2022
Cambridge Conference on Catastrophic Risk
 
Tuesday 19th April
 
Speaker  
Markus Reichstein holds a talk on “Existential Risk emerging from systemic and compound risk?” at the Cambridge Conference on Catastrophic Risk
11 April 2022
Risk KAN Early Warning Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Thursday 28th April at 16:00 CEST
 
Speaker  
Dr Brian Golding and Dr Joanne Robbins (UK Met Office) and Dr Anna Scolobig (University of Geneva);
Towards the “perfect” weather warning: bridging disciplinary gaps through partnership and communication
 
Register here here
22 March 2022
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Tuesday 5th April at 14:00 UTC (10:00 EDT/16:00 CET)
 
Speaker  
Maurizio Mazzoleni (VU Amsterdam);
Exploring the human influence on the impacts of consecutive drought and flood events: a modelling approach
 
Antonia Sebastian (U North Carolina);
Attributing flood hazards to (anthropogenic) environmental change
 
Recording is here
21 March 2022
Workshop on Understanding and Modeling Complex Risks in Coupled Human-Environment Systems

 
Recordings now available!
 
You can find the records of most presentations here

10 March 2022
Briefing note on systemic risk

 
Sillmann, J., Christensen, I., Hochrainer-Stigler, S., Huang-Lachmann, J., Juhola, S., Kornhuber, K., Mahecha, M., Mechler, R., Reichstein, M., Ruane, A.C., Schweizer, P.-J. and Williams, S. 2022. ISC-UNDRR-RISK KAN Briefing note on systemic risk, Paris, France, International Science Council, https://doi.org/10.24948/2022.01
 
Download briefing note here

7 March 2022
Risk KAN Early Warnings Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Tuesday 29th March at 4:00 PM (CET)
 
Speaker  
Dr. Will Lang (UK Met Office, lead of WMO Expert Team);
Guidance on impact-based forecasting and warning services
 
Recording is here
3 March 2022
Risk KAN Modeling and Insurance Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Thursday 10th March at 3:00 PM (CET)
 
Speaker  
Prof. Victor Brovkin (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology);
Past abrupt changes, tipping points and cascading impacts in the Earth system
 
Recording available here
10 February 2022
Risk KAN Early Warnings Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Thursday 24th February at 9:00 AM (CET)
 
Speakers are  
Dr. Sally Potter and Sara Harrison (GNS, New Zealand) 
How effective are impact-based warnings and what data do we need to implement them?
 
recording here
11 January 2022
Risk KAN Early Warning Systems Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Thursday 20th January at 4:00 PM CET
 
Speaker  
Dr Carina Fearnley & Claudia Fernandez De Cordoba Farini (UCL Warning Research Centre);
Enhancing Warnings: Doing Better at Warning and Generating Action
 
Find the recording here.

20 December 2021
Risk KAN Modeling and Insurance Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Thursday 20th January at 3:00 PM (CET)
 
Speaker  
Prof. Ted Shepherd (University of Reading);
Bringing physical reasoning into statistical practice in climate-change science
 
Find the recording of the webinar on youtube.
13 December 2021
Risk KAN Metabolic Risk on Islands Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Thursday 23rd December at 4:00 PM (UTC+8)
 
Speakers are  
Prof. Jian-Hong Wu (Future Earth, Taipei);
Risk analysis on the impact area of a large landslide
 
Dr. Jihn-Sung Lai (National Taiwan University);
Flood Inundation Simulation, Monitoring, and Mapping for Disaster Early Warning and Decision Support in Taiwan
 
Professor & Chairman Hwa-Lung Yu (National Taiwan University) 
Agricultural Development and Water Supply-Demand Dilemma: Stakeholder-Supported Decision Making for Sustainable Groundwater Management
 
Professor & Associate Dean Simron Singh (University of Waterloo) 
What islands can teach us about metabolic risks? 
30 November 2021
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Thursday 09th December at 3:00 PM (UTC)
 
Speakers are  
D. Faranda (IPSL) 
Cold & snowy spells over Europe in the context of anthropogenic climate change
J. Doss-Gollin (Rice U) 
Extreme impacts don’t require extreme weather: lessons from the Feb 2021 Texas blackouts
 
Recording available on YouTube
19 November 2021
IIASA Public Webinar #3: In conversation with Reinhard Mechler

 
How to deal with climate-related existential risks? Reflections after COP26
 
Recording available here

29 October 2021
Workshop on Understanding and Modeling Complex Risks in Coupled Human-Environment Systems

 
February 8th to 10th 2021 | Online
 

29 October 2021
AGU 2021 (New Orleans | USA | December 13th to 18th 2021 | in person & Online)

 
Sessions:
 Session A45L – Jet Stream Dynamics, Atmospheric Rossby Waves, and Associated Extreme Weather and Climate

Session GC55D – Compounding Climate Extremes: Mechanisms, Diagnostics, and Current and Future Impacts

 
Social Event:
AGU2021
Compound Extreme Events Social Gathering
sponsored by Risk KAN and the National Academies Gulf Research Program, Thursday 16 December, 5:30-7:30 PM
Prince of Wales Room at the Hilton Riverside Hotel New Orleans

17 November 2021
Risk KAN Early Warnings Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Thursday 25th Nov. at 2:00 PM (UTC)
 
Speakers are  
Marianna Budimir and Alison Sneddon (Practical Actions)  
How do social inequalities affect people’s EWS needs, challenges and barriers ?
 
Recording will be available soon on YouTube
04 October 2021
Open Call to join Risk KAN Steering Committee

 
Self nominations are welcome from October 04 until November 26
 
Apply using our online application form

18 October 2021
Risk KAN Early Warnings Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Thursday 28th Oct. at 3:00 PM (CEST)
 
Speakers are  
Steve Penson and Nic Parham , (ACAPS)  
Climate Hazards and Complex Humanitarian Crises
 
Recording available on YouTube
18 October 2021
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Wednesday 20th Oct. at 2:00 PM (UTC)
 
Speakers are  
Suzana Camargo, (Columbia Univ.)  
Subseasonal tropical cyclone forecasts:Recent results and compound events
Tom Matthews, (Loughborough Univ.)
Double trouble from the tropical cyclone ? extreme heat compound hazard?
 
Recording available on YouTube
13 September 2021
Risk KAN Early Warning Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
Thursday 23rd Sept. at 14:30 AM (CEST)
 
An Early Career Perspective on Early Warnings for Multihazard and Systemic Risk
 
Speakers include Alessia Matanó, IVM-VU Amsterdam; Gemma Cremen, EPICentre-Univ. College London; Matias Menalled, Argentina Nat. Meteor. Service & Erika Melendez, Polytechnic Univ. of Catalonia,Center of Applied Res. in Hydrometeor.
 
Recording will be available soon YouTube
29 July 2021
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the webinar
 
Thursday, August 19, at 14:00 UTC
 
Manuela Brunner, University Freiburg
Spatially compounding floods in the US: where, why, and how often are they happening
 
Ankit Agarwal, IIT Roorkee
Multi-scale approaches in forecasting extreme floods and their global connections
 
Recording available on YouTube
20 June 2021
Risk KAN Early Warning Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar
 
24th June at 10:00 AM (CEST) 2021
 
Systemic Risk & Covid-19
 
Speakers include Mark Quigley, University of Melbourne, Evan Easton-Calabria, University of Oxford and Sheikh Khairul, German Red Cross
 
Recording available on YouTube
26 May 2021
Photo: Vilma/flickr.com
 
More floods, fires and cyclones — plan for domino effects on sustainability goals
 
Nature Commentary: Reichstein, M., Riede, F., Frank, D. (2021). More floods, fires and cyclones — plan for domino effects on sustainability goals. Nature, 592, 347-349. doi:10.1038/d41586-021-00927-x

25 May 2021
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the webinar
 
Thursday, June 10, at 14:30 UTC
 
Alexander Fekete, TH Köln
General introduction to the critical-infrastructure concept
 
Lee Chapman, Univ Birmingham
Forget climate resilience, what about weather resilience?
 
Mari Tye, NCAR
Understanding infrastructure fragility to future weather and climate extremes
 
Recording available on YouTube
20 May 2021
 
German Sustainability Science Summit 2021

more information you will find here
 
July 08-09, 2021, Live virtual event
 
Session SSII9 – Climate Change and Systemic Risk (July 9 2021, 13:20 CEST) organized by Risk KAN
 
Deadline for the registration:
28 June 2021
20 May 2021
Risk KAN Modeling and Insurance Working Group
Welcome to the webinar
 
Thursday, June 3, at 15:00 PM CEST
 
Wim Thiery Vrije University Brussel
The kids aren’t alright
 
Recording available on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vMnCBfoae4
07 May 2021
Risk KAN Early Warning Working Group
Welcome to the Webinar: Communicating Early Warnings for Systemic
 
27th May at 16:00 (CEST) 2021
 
Amy Polen, USF and Nadia Bloemendaal, VU Amsterdam Complexity of severity scales for systemic risk
 
Marc van den Homberg, Red Cross 510
Bridging the last mile in community early warning systems
 
Register at https://tinyurl.com/riskkan-27may
07 May 2021
Sustainability Research & Innovation Congress 2021

more information and registration you will find here

June 12-15, 2021, Live virtual event

26 April 2021
Risk KAN Modeling and Insurance Working Group
Welcome to the webinar

Thursday, May 6, at 11:00 AM CEST

David N. Bresch ETH Zürich/MeteoSwiss
The interoperability imperative in socio-economics impact assessments

Recording available on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-bbGO1HSPQ

25 March 2021
Risk KAN Modeling and Insurance Working Group
Welcome to the webinar

Thursday, April 15, at 15:00 PM CET

Juergen Scheffran, Hamburg University
Tipping points, cascading risks and conflicts in hot spots of climate-society interaction

Recording available on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBEeC8XNVQg

16 March 2021
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the webinar

Tuesday, April 6, at 14:00 UTC

Bruno Merz and Massimiliano Pittore, GFZ Potsdam
Multi-hazard impact forecasting, status and perspectives

Brian Golding, UK Met Office
Complex warnings: Making warnings work for multi-hazards and diverse impacts

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/HylryKzHMU8

10 March 2021
Risk KAN Modeling and Insurance Working Group
Welcome to the webinar

Thursday, March 18, at 16:00 PM CET

Stéphane Hallegatte, World Bank Climate Change Group, Washington, USA
Assessing and financing the full costs of disasters – the role of infrastructure systems and supply chains

Recording available on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLMO-Ag1UcM

24 February 2021

Systemic Risk Workshop organized by UNDRR, ISC and Risk KAN

Date: March 2nd & 3rd 2021

More about the Briefing Note on Systemic Risk here: Agenda, Participants and Scoping paper

For informing this Briefing Note we invite you to send us relevant links and publications.

23 February 2021
Call for Papers:
Frontiers in Earth Sciences “Special Issue on Extreme Events in Human Evolution: From the Pliocene to the Anthropocene”

For further details please visit https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/18192/extreme-events-in-human-evolution-from-the-pliocene-to-the-anthropocene
Deadline for abstract submissions: 30 March 2021

Source(s): Frontiers in Earth Sciences, 2021
16 February 2021
PAGES working group on Volcanic Impacts on Climate and Society (VICS)
Welcome to the webinar

Friday, February 26, at 3pm CET

Gordon Woo, Univ. College London
Reimagining Volcanic History: Lessons from counterfactual analysis

Amy Donovan, Univ. of Cambridge
Imagining volcanoes: towards a holistic understanding of risk

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/WaWuY_oER1E

16 February 2021
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the 8th webinar

Thursday, February 25, at 15:00 UTC

Deepti Singh, Washington State Univ.
Influence of climate variability and change on spatially concurrent droughts

Jordan Christian, Univ. Oklahoma
Flash drought climatology: A local to global analysis

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/luR-SOwDS-Q

03 February 2021
Risk KAN Modelling and Insurance Working Group
Welcome to the webinar

Thursday, February 18, at 16:00 PM CET

Robert Muir-Wood, Risk Management Solutions (RMS), Newark, CA, USA
Risk Auditing: how can we measure progress in disaster reduction?

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/qQffPRBdOb4

16 November 2020
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the 7th webinar

Tuesday, November 24, at 20:00 UTC

Noah Diffenbaugh, Stanford Univ.
Multidimensional risk in a nonstationary climate

Lauren Rickards, RMIT Univ.
Unpacking ‘the social dimensions’ of compound and cascading climate change impacts

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/LUfbQR5AOMM

11 November 2020
Risk KAN Modelling and Insurance Working Group
Welcome to the webinar

Friday November 20 at 11:00 AM CET

Ilan Noy, Victoria Univ. of Wellington, New Zealand
A dismal perspective on a boring topic: an economist looks at insurance

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/WRxqlZXJsXY

27 October 2020
Risk KAN related sessions at EGU

For more information about related sessions find here

Call for abstracts to open on November 3

Deadline for abstract submissions: Wednesday 20 Jan 2021 at 13:00 CET

Source: EGU General Assembly 2020
23 October 2020
Risk KAN Critical infrastructures Working Group
Welcome to the webinar

Monday November 9 at 14:00 UTC

Patricia Romero Lankao,NREL and Univ. of Chicago
Soft and hard infrastructure

Alexander Fekete, TH Koeln – Univ. of Applied Sciences, Germany
Critical infrastructure cascading effects

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/ir6XJH6CKG4

12 Oktober 2020
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the 6th webinar

Thursday October 15 at 15:00 UTC

Danielle Touma, UC Santa Barbara
Competing anthropogenic effects cause distinct regional impacts on extreme fire weather conditions

Emanuele Bevacqua, U. Reading
More meteorological events that drive compound coastal flooding are projected under climate change at most locations worldwide

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/ICRmoSaWC6M

24 September 2020
Public On-Line Forum/Panel Discussion
Coping with Extreme Weather
Marking the 2nd anniversary of the Ottawa/Gatineau Tornadoes
8 October 2020, noon to 2PM EDT

more information find here

Click here to register (free)

24 September 2020
HIWeather 2020 Workshops
free online seminars on the latest HIWeather research

more information for workshops and registration you will find here

Time: October 26 until December 3

Registration will close on September 30

22 September 2020

Rebuilding from COVID-19 to Achieve Global Agenda 2030 (IRDR) Online Master Forum with Dr. Gordon McBean

more information find here

Tuesday, 29 September at 10:00 am Taipei time (UCT+8)

Registration: https://reurl.cc/r8Rl5E

17 August 2020
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the 5th webinar

Tuesday August 25 at 14:00 UTC

Vimal Mishra, IIT Gandhinagar
Hot and dry extremes during the South Asian Summer Monsoon

Daniela Domeisen, ETH Zurich
Remote forcing of extreme events

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/n9EXNjGWfnk

13 August 2020

New Hazard Definition & Classification Review: Technical Review

Link for report download find here

Further information are:
Presentation: Download

Virtual Meeting: Launch of a new scientific report on hazards definition Recording available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7Wvmzn84Jk

10 August 2020

Workshop on Compound Weather and Climate Events

organized by Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research (OCCR), supported by WCRPs Grand Challenge on Weather and Climate Extremes and the Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group

More information find here

Abstract submission:
13 July 2020 – 1 September 2020

22 July 2020
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the 4th webinarWednesday Jul 29, 2020 14:00 UTC

Miguel Mahecha, Leipzig University
Understanding the imprint of compound events on the terrestrial ecosystems

Julio Herrera Estrada, Descarte Labs
Spatially compounded droughts at continental scales

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/kZjpHnZRVn0

Feel free to join our Risk-KAN Compound Events list
18 June 2020
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the 3rd webinarTuesday Jun 30, 2020 14:00 UTC

Michael Puma, Columbia Univ, NASA GISS
Assessing COVID-19 impacts on global food systems

Michela De Dominicis, UK National Oceanography Centre
Future interactions between sea-level rise, tides and storm surges in the world’s largest urban area

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/rrFu8ylsvsU

Feel free to join our Risk-KAN Compound Events list
04 June 2020
Risk KAN Learning from the Past (past4future) Working Group
Welcome to the first webinarThursday June 18 01:00-02:00 PM UTC

Blas L. Valero Garcés, Instituto Pirenaico de Ecología-CSIC, Spain
Can we risk to forget the past?: Past Global Changes (PAGES) initiatives for understanding risks

Sam White, Dept. of History, Ohio State University, USA
Learning from Histories: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges

Zoom link find here
(Meeting ID: 695 1539 7267)

more information find here
03 June 2020
Risk KAN Learning from the Past (past4future) Working Group
Welcome to the second webinarWednesday June 24 7:00-8:00 AM UTC

Luke Kemp, Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, Univ.Cambridge
Climate Endgame: Understanding Worst-Case Warming

Zoom link find here
(Meeting ID: 611 9798 5279)

more information find here
01 June 2020
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome for two special webinarsSession I: Wed. June 3, 06:00 AM UTC
with talks by Robiul Islam, Univ. of Tokyo, Poulomi Ganguli, Ind. Inst. of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur and GFZ Potsdam and Samuel Sutanto, Wageningen Univ.
Session II: Thur. June 4, 02:00 PM UTC
with talks by Aloïs Tilloy, King’s College London, Freya Garry, UK Met Office and Mohammad Reza Najafi, Western Univ.

Session II recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/PTAVooeiLto

Feel free to add your contact here
24 April 2020
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the 2nd webinarWednesday May 20 at 2pm UTC

with talks by Lisa Thalheimer, University of Oxford, and Gabriele Messori, Uppsala University

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/ys_sx0_mJ2g

Feel free to add your contact here
16 April 2020
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group
Welcome to the first Risk KAN: Compound Events webinarThursday April 16 at 14:00 UTC

Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/_fSnE9RM97c

Feel free to add your contact here
18 February 2020
Report “Our Future on Earth 2020” summarizes current results on the situation of our planet and presents connections and dependencies
Source: published by Future Earth, February 2020
14 January 2020
Build Back Better: What Is It, and What Should It Be? by Ilan Noy, Benno Ferrarini, and Donghyun Park for document download click here
Source: ADB Economics Working Paper Series No. 600 December 2019
17 December 2019
EGU session ITS3.2/NH10.7 Climate extremes, biosphere and society: impacts, cascades, feedbacks, and resilience. For more information click here
Cancellation of the physical EGU General Assembly 2020 in Vienna, Austria
Source: EGU General Assembly 2020
18 November 2019
Town Hall Session TH53A – Future Earth Knowledge-Action-Network on Extreme Events and Emergent Risks: Risk-KAN on Friday, 13 December 2019. For more information click here
Source: American Geophysical Union
23 October 2019
WCRP Extremes and Risks Summer School, Nanjing, China, 21 October – 1 November 2019. For more information click here
Image source: Oppenheimer, M., M. et.al. 2014. Emergent risks and key vulnerabilities. In Climate change 2014: Impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability. Part A: Global and sectoral aspects. Contribution of working group II to the fifth assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 1039–1099. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Fig. 19.1.
10 September 2019
Call for Papers: Special Issue on “Compound Weather and Climate Events” in Weather and Climate Extremes for more information click here

 

Source(s): Weather and Climate Extremes. Elsevier, 2019

30 August 2019
for more information click here

 

Source(s): Sillmann, J.; Sippel, S.; Russo, S. 2019 Climate Extremes and Their Implications for Impact and Risk Assessment. 1.ed. Elsevier, 360pp. (Published Date: 1st November 2019)

13 August 2019
unprecedented wildfires in the Arctic monitored by Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS), more information here

 

Source: Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS), 2019

01 August 2019
for more information click here

 

Source(s): Ciurean, R.; Gill, J.; Reeves, H.J.; O’Grady, S.; Aldridge, T.. 2018 Review of multi-hazards research and risk assessments. Nottingham, UK, British Geological Survey, 109pp. (OR/18/057)

01 August 2019
For the second time in one month, a widespread and intense heatwave impacted Europe more information here

 

Source(s): image “Extreme heatwave” contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2019), processed by ESA, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO , ©news: 2019 World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

2 May 2019
Herrenhausen Conference “Extreme Events: Building Climate Resilient Societies” will take place in Hanover, Germany, on October 9-11, 2019. The overall objective of the conference is to elucidate the relations between climate extremes, societal resilience, and sustainable development goals.

 

more information

16 May 2019
GAR report 2019 New Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction published by United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, download

 

Source(s): UNDRR 2019

2 May 2019
Disasters 2018: Year in review In 2018 over 68 million people were affected by climate-related and geophysical disaster events across the world.
Cred crunch, Issue no. 54, April 2019

 

Source(s): CRED ; USAID and UCL

2 May 2019
WMO Statement on the State of the Global Climate in 2018 highlights an increasing number of natural disasters and dangers linked to climate change, download.

 

Source: World Meteorological Organization, 2019

2 May 2019

The WCRP summer school on extremes and risk management

The WCRP summer school on extremes and risk management is now open for applications. Please find further information at https://www.wcrp-climate.org/news/wcrp-news/1448-extremes-risk-summer-school-news

(co-organized/co-sponsored with NUIST, IRDR, START, IPCC and many other partners)

This activity seeks only senior PhD students (who will graduate in less than two years) and early career scientists (normally in an early stage of career) in a relevant field.
2 May 2019

Climate Anomalies and Events 2018

NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information, State of the Climate: Selected Significant Climate Anomalies and Events 2018.
This map was compiled from NOAA’s NCEI State of the Climate Reports and WMO Provisional Status of the Climate in 2018. More infromation see https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/
2 May 2019

World disasters report 2018

2018 World Disasters Report by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
Published online October 2018, retrieved from https://media.ifrc.org/ifrc/world-disaster-report-2018/