Risk-KAN Working GroupsDateTalksFurther Links
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group2020-11-24Noah 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
Risk KAN Modelling and Insurance Working Group2020-11-20Ilan Noy, Victoria Univ. of Wellington, New Zealand
A dismal perspective on a boring topic: an economist looks at insurance
Please register here
Risk KAN Critical infrastructures Working Group2020-11-09Patricia 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
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group2020-10-15Emanuele Bevacqua, U. Reading
More meteorological events that drive compound coastal flooding are projected under climate change at most locations worldwide
 
Danielle Touma, UC Santa Barbara
Competing anthropogenic effects cause distinct regional impacts on extreme fire weather conditions
Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/ICRmoSaWC6M
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group2020-08-25Vimal 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
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group2020-07-29Miguel 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
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group2020-06-30Michael 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
Risk KAN Learning from the Past (past4future) Working Group2020-06-24Luke Kemp (Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, Univ.Cambridge)
Climate Endgame: Understanding Worst-Case Warming
Risk KAN Learning from the Past (past4future) Working Group2020-06-18Blas L. Valero Garcés (Inst. 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 Univ.)
Learning from Histories: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group2020-06-04Aloïs Tilloy (King’s College London)
Spatiotemporal features of compound wind and precipitation extremes in the UK

Freya Garry (UK Met Office)
Multiple hazards under UK Climate Projections: the future of UK agriculture

Mohammad Reza Najafi (Western Univ.)
Nonstationary Compound Weather Extremes in Canada based on Large Ensemble Climate Simulations
Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/PTAVooeiLto
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group2020-06-03Robiul Islam (Univ. of Tokyo)
The Quantitative Analysis of Synchronized River Flood on the Global Scale Considering Multiple Flood Peaks

Poulomi Ganguli (Ind. Inst. of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur and GFZ Potsdam)
Compounding Effects of Riverine and Coastal Floods and Its Implications for Coastal Urban Flood Resilience

Samuel Sutanto (Wageningen Univ.)
Droughts, heatwaves, and wildfires: Exploring compound and cascading events of dry hazards at the pan-European scale
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group2020-05-20Lisa Thalheimer (Univ. of Oxford)
Cascading risks from climate change and forced migration during COVID-19

Gabriele Messori (Uppsala Univ.)
Dynamical coupling indicators for the study of compound extreme events
Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/ys_sx0_mJ2g
Risk KAN Compound Events Working Group2020-04-16Dan Cooley (Colorado State Univ.)
Compound events from a statistics perspective: Multivariate extremes

Marleen de Ruiter (Vrije Univ. Amsterdam)
Consecutive disasters and the asynergies of disaster risk reduction measures
Recording available on YouTube https://youtu.be/_fSnE9RM97c