In November 2013 Germanwatch published the 9th edition of the Global Climate Risk Index for which the most recent data available —from 1993 to 2012— were taken into account. The Global Climate Risk Index 2014 analyses to what extent the impacts of weather-related loss events have affected countries around the globe.
This is event is available for participation on an ongoing basis
This session invites contributions from all geoscience communities dealing with remote sensing of Natural Hazards showing strong coupling between land-ocean-atmosphere processes responsible for changing planet Earth activities influencing human population, ecosystem, and natural resources.
Designed for people involved in disaster management for natural disasters. It will benefit government personnel, representatives of private voluntary agencies, and other individuals interested in disaster/emergency management.
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Students will learn 30 Prof. Dev. Hours (PDH) and 3 Continuing Education Units (CEU)
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Engineering professional development