ONLINE - Digital solutions for climate change adaptation : how can we use technologies for environmental risk management ?
February 26 | 14:00
Digital solutions for climate change adaptation:
How can we use technologies for environmental risk and crisis management?
26 February 2021, 14:00 – 16:00 C.E.T., online (via Zoom)
Digital technologies can be useful tools for understanding environmental hazards associated with climate change. The frequency and severity of extreme weather events is likely to increase and risk managers in various organisations might face new challenges. Technologies could provide opportunities to improve how environmental risks and crises are handled at different scales but they could also jeopardise safe and efficient management.
Welcome word by Prof Dr Julia von Blumenthal,
President of the European University Viadrina (EUV)
Moderation by Prof Dr Jochen Koch,
Chair of Management and Organization (EUV)
Prof Dr Reimund Schwarze, Environmental Economist at the EUV and at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, and Expert on Management of Environmental Hazards.
Juliette Grossmann, Project coordinator of “Numérique Tous Risques” at the Think Tank FING (Fondation internet nouvelle génération). Juliette works on ways that technology can be used by citizens for resiliency.
Léonie Miège, Participatory Project Manager, CartONG.
1. Statements on: “How can we use technologies for environmental risk and crisis management?”
2. Round of questions and reactions: “Potential and difficulties of technologies in risk management”
3. Open Discussion (Q&A from the audience)
This panel discussion is organised in the framework of the cycle "Utopie Europa - Digitale Utopie" financed by the French Embassy, the French Institute and the French-German University. It is co-financed by the Centre Marc Bloch.
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