# Earth observations

Multiform Flood Risk in a complex future flooded world – Earth Observation and Complex Systems in support of compound floods in rapidly changing environments

   Multiform Flood Risk in a complex future flooded world – Earth Observation and Complex Systems in support of compound floods in rapidly changing environments use · AI-Machine Learning · Data · Emerging technologies · risk assessment · earth observations · flood Risk, and particularly flood risk, can be seen as the resultant of difference…

Continue reading

Geohazard risk monitoring and mitigation approaches: Increasing resilience of the Himalayan road network

Climate change is leading to a more extreme environment and increasing the recurrence rate of natural hazards, making infrastructures subject to actions to which they had not necessarily been designed for. Risk estimation and mitigation measures deriving from climate change are creating new concepts that are being incorporated into the different infrastructure departments policies, resulting…

Continue reading

Access the past and foretell the future: Peering into the crystal ball of early action

From earth observations and weather forecasts to machine learning and predictive modeling, the science and technology of today enables people and organizations to collect decades of data and improve our understanding of future risks. Whether we are preparing to host displaced populations, anticipating destructive floods, alerting urban inhabitants to take action to protect themselves against…

Continue reading

International Charter of Major Disasters users training

The Charter is a worldwide collaboration among space agencies (currently 17) to makesatellite data available for the benefit of disaster management authoritiesduring the response phase of an emergency see (https://disasterscharter.org).
The Charter is unique in being able to mobilize space agencies around theworld and benefit from their expertise and satellites through a single accesspoint that…

Continue reading