Apprehending the Duality of Disaster Risk and Sustainable Development
ISC organizes a webinar as part of its Distinguished Lecture Series: “Apprehending the Duality of Disaster Risk and Sustainable Development”
Disaster risk and disasters are socially constructed systemic processes that unfold over time due to the relationships and interdependencies between vulnerability, exposure, and hazards. Have you ever wondered why geography is a compass for understanding disaster risk reduction and global sustainability? Discover more in the “ISC Distinguished Lecture Series: Basic Sciences For Sustainable Development” webinar featuring Irasema Alcántara-Ayala from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, in Mexico City, Mexico.
Nine ISC Members forming GeoUnions proposed to establish the programme “Distinguished Lecture Series on Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development” to promote the IYBSSD2022, and to highlight the importance of basic sciences for the ISC community.