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Postdoc on methodology and tools for risk assessment
PhD Tonje Grahn has been granted two years of postdoc-financing by the Swedish civil contingencies agency, MSB. The aim of Tonje's project is to analyze transferability and applicability of the North American Hazus-methodology and software to Sweden and the Swedish situation.
CNDS PhD Summer School
This years joint CNDS/EGU Summer School: "Natural Hazards in the Anthropocene” is now accepting applications.
This summer school is designed for PhD students and postdocs, and is jointly supported by the European Geosciences Union, EGU, who are funding some travel grants for participants. Application deadline is 20 April.
CCS resarchers in new Routledge book on climate change
CCS' director Mikael Granberg is co-editor and co-author and CCS' head of research Lars Nyberg is co-author in the book Local Action on Climate Change - Opportunities and constraints, the latest addition to Routledges series on Advances in Climate Change Research.
International visit in RiskLab
Tuesday 3 October our RiskLab was visited by a group of 20 directors-general, chief representatives of crisis management, experts and risk analysts representing Albania, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey together with their Swedish hosts from the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, MSB.
CCS' director Mikael Granberg is co-autor of a new guide from the united nations disaster risk reduction organ, UNISDR.