# Risk finance

Catalyzing inclusive risk finance in LAC: Opportunities for Innovation in Guatemala and the Caribbean

   Catalyzing inclusive risk finance in LAC: Opportunities for Innovation in Guatemala and the Caribbean Wednesday, Dec 02, UTC 16:00 to 16:55 Organizer: WFP  MiCRO The regional context2020 illustrates clearly the challenges of the Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region, with countries experiencing a combined impact of the COVID-19 pandemic – a major crisis…

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Future/risk/tick √: future climate projections show us a possible future. Do early actions, which help people now, also prepare people for the future impacts of climate change?

   Future/risk/tick √: future climate projections show us a possible future. Do early actions, which help people now, also prepare people for the future impacts of climate change? Wednesday, Dec 02, UTC 12:00 to 12:55 Organizer: Met Office, the UK’s National Meteorological Service The Met Office and partners welcome the opportunity to deliver a session…

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ShakeMap‐related research, development, operations, and applications

   ShakeMap‐related research, development, operations, and applications Thursday, Dec 3, UTC 16:00 to 17:55 Organizer: U.S. Geological Survey ShakeMap is an open-source software program employed to automatically produce a suite of maps and products that portray the geographical extent and severity of potentially damaging shaking following an earthquake. ShakeMap’s primary purpose is to provide post-earthquake…

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Multiform flood risk in a complex future flooded world: Earth observation and complex systems for compound risk assessment

   Multiform flood risk in a complex future flooded world: Earth observation and complex systems for compound risk assessment Wednesday Dec 02, UTC 17:00 to 17:55 Organizer: The World Bank Group Risk, and particularly flood risk, can be seen as the resultant of different forces acting on a complex system. Well-accepted and diffused frameworks describe…

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Towards proactive disaster risk management: Benefits and challenges in linking early warning with risk financing

   Towards proactive disaster risk management: Benefits and challenges in linking early warning with risk financing Thursday, Dec 03, UTC 10:00 to 11:55 Organizer: InsuResilience Secretariat / Anticipation Hub (German Red Cross, IFRC, Climate Centre) Acting in anticipation or early after a disaster can save lives and livelihoods, protect public finances and safeguard development gains….

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We need champions to understand disaster risk

   We need champions to understand disaster risk Thursday, Dec 03, UTC 10:00 to 10:55 Organizer: GEO-Geohazard Supersites and Natural Laboratories initiative GEO-GSNL; Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia – INGV, Centro Internazionale in Monitoraggio Ambientale – CIMA, Goma Volcano Observatory, Iceland Civil Protection, United Nations University – Institute for Environment and Human Security –…

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Climate vulnerability, social protection and early action: what are the linkages

   Climate vulnerability, social protection and early action: what are the linkages? Wednesday, Dec 02, UTC 12:00 to 12:55 Organizer: Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre Social protection (SP) has been proposed as a policy instrument of direct relevance for dealing with emerging climate-related risks and vulnerability. This session will explore SP’s role in anticipating…

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Reshaping a resilient future in response to COVID-19

   Reshaping a resilient future in response to COVID-19 Wednesday, Dec 02, UTC 11:00 to 11:55 Organizer: Global Resilience Partnership (GRP), Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC), World Resources Institute (WRI), International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD), Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Complex Systems in Transition (CST) *this session is part of the…

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Forming radical collaborations to address climate and disaster risk: The Understanding Risk Field Lab

   Forming radical collaborations to address climate and disaster risk: The Understanding Risk Field Lab Thursday, Dec 03, UTC 03:00 to 03:55 Organizer: Co-Risk Labs, Earth Observatory of Singapore, Arup, University of Toronto As an all-of-society challenge, addressing climate and disaster risk issues will require diverse participation and collaboration across boundaries of all sorts, whether…

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Geo-powering Cities for Resilience

     Geo-powering Cities for Resilience Thursday, Dec 03, UTC 02:00 to 03:55 Organizer: World Bank’s City Planning Labs The urban data revolution has already started. Over the last decade, cities have been offered unprecedented opportunities to mobilize geospatial data to enhance livability and reduce vulnerability through risk-informed decision making. Data is helping cities prioritize…

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Expert collaboration to support disaster risk financing: Developing new models and views of risk

   Expert collaboration to support disaster risk financing: Developing new models and views of risk Thursday, Dec 03, UTC 02:00 to 02:55 Organizer: AIR Worldwide Progress towards closing the protection gap will require collaboration between experts across disciplines, organizations, and geographies to quickly develop and deploy new models. This session will review successful case studies…

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