EM-DAT

Data interoperability for disaster risk reduction in Europe.

Can we sustain success in reducing deaths to extreme weather in a hotter world?

Kirsten Vanderplanken

Kirsten Vanderplanken obtained a MSc in Sociology at Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium. From 2013 to 2017 she worked at the “Agriculture and Society” department of the Flemish Research Institute for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (ILVO) as a doctoral researcher. In 2017 she successfully defended her PhD thesis on how inter-organisational networks function and shape integration.

Rémi Froment

Rémi holds a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Geography, both from the Université Catholique de Louvain.

Following an internship, Rémi joined CRED in September 2019 and is currently participating in a systematic review of the use of satellite data in humanitarian operations.

CRED Crunch 55 - Volcanic Activity & Wildfires

Assessment of the Capacity and Capability of Burn Centers to Respond to Burn Disasters in Belgium: A Mixed-Method study.

Clinical and demographic profile of admitted victims in a tertiary hospital after the 2015 earthquake in Nepal

Natural Disasters 2018

Why Mozambique’s cyclones tell us disaster preparedness needs health at its core

CRED Crunch 54 - Disasters 2018: Year in Review

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