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WCDRR Public Forum: Enhancing Disaster Resilience by Fusion of Simulation, Sensing and Geospatial Information

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This public forum is focusing on enhancing society's resilience towards future catastrophic disaster by providing the possible and severe disaster scenarios and leading actions of citizens this public forum aims to provide an opportunity to share the advances of disaster management system by fusion of simulation, sensing and geo-informatics, and to discuss its utilization and future perspectives.

The forum: Enhancing Disaster Resilience by Fusion of Simulation, Sensing and Geospatial Information is taking place on Sunday 15 March 09:30 - 17:00

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Date: 

15/03/2015

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Tohoku University Room N°: Mutimedia Hall

Ville d’Accueil: 

Sendai

Pays d’Accueil: 

  • Japan

Organisateurs de l’événement: 

International Research Institute of Disaster Science, Tohoku University, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan Aerospace and Exploration Agency (JAXA), German Aerospace Center, UN-SPIDER

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WCDRR Working Session: Earth Observation and High Technology to Reduce Risks

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The session during the Third UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (WCDRR) will demonstrate how new innovations in the application of earth observation, satellite imagery, geographic and geospatial information and ICT can support the implementation of the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction. The session will share good practices and examples of the practical application of satellite and earth observation data, service and information for disaster risk reduction.

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15/03/2015

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Sendai International Centre Room N°: Exhibition Hall 1

Ville d’Accueil: 

Sendai

Pays d’Accueil: 

  • Japan

Organisateurs de l’événement: 

Governments: Japan: Cabinet Office, MIC, MEXT, GSI, JAXA; Germany: DLR; China: NDRCC; Dominican Republic: CNE - EIGEO Bangladesh: MoDMR; Sri Lanka: DMC.

International and Regional Organizations: UNOOSA/ UN-SPIDER, UNESCAP, UNSD, UN-GGIM, UNITAR/UNOSAT, FAO, ITU, GEO, CEOS, GFDRR, ESA, ADRC, ICIMOD, ISCGM, IEEE RAS, IAEE, IMWI, CAS-TWAE-SDIM , IRS, CRASAR.

Academia: IRIDEeS, Tohoku University, Japan

Langue de l’événement: 

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WCDRR Working Session: Early Warning

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Over the last decades there has been an increase in weather-related disasters, changes in societal structures, and advancements in weather prediction technologies. The session will examine in particular experiences in early warning. The integration of geospatial technology as part of risk communication has been a key to success to early warning systems and risk information application by governments, businesses and individuals.

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Date: 

14/03/2015

Lieu: 

Sendai International Centre, Main Hall

Ville d’Accueil: 

Sendai

Pays d’Accueil: 

  • Japan

Organisateurs de l’événement: 

Governments: Japan (Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), other National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs), Germany – tentative

Major Groups: IFRC

UN: WMO, UNESCO, UNDP, UNESCAP, UNOOSA, ITU, UNITAR

Langue de l’événement: 

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Mises à Jour ONU-SPIDER Novembre 2014

Date de publication: 

Mer, 03/12/2014
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In this issue:

UN-SPIDER at a glance

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Mises à Jour ONU-SPIDER Octobre 2014

Date de publication: 

Mar, 04/11/2014
French

In this issue:

UN-SPIDER at a glance

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Mises à Jour ONU-SPIDER Septembre 2014

Date de publication: 

Jeu, 02/10/2014
French

In this issue:

UN-SPIDER at a glance

Portfolio: 

L'ONU et la prévention des risques de catastrophe

Troisième Conférence mondiale des Nations Unies sur la réduction des risques de catastrophe, Sendai, Japon, mars 2015. Image: UNDRR.

L'Organisation des Nations Unies a proclamé la période de 1990-1999 la Décennie Internationale pour la Prévention des Catastrophes Naturelles (DIPCN). Dans le cadre de cette Décennie, des experts de nombreux domaines ont commencé à façonner le cadre mondial pour les risques de catastrophes et leur gestion. Un intérêt particulier a été l'introduction de plusieurs concepts liés aux risques de catastrophe, y compris les dangers, la vulnérabilité et l'exposition et la nécessité de réduire les risques de catastrophe pour un développement plus durable des communautés du monde entier.

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