Global Forum on Science and Technology for Disaster Resilience 2017

Science Council of Japan, Tokyo, Japan
23rd - 25th November, 2017


Presentations, Statements, and Reference Documents

The Forum Outcome Documents

The Forum Reference Documents

Presentations

Opening Session Keynote Speech Plenary Sessions

Plenary Session 1: Priority Action 1 - Understanding disaster risk Plenary Session 2: Priority Action 2 - Strengthening Disaster Risk Governance to Management Disaster Risk Plenary Session 3: Priority Action 3 - Investing in DRR for Resilience Plenary Session 4: Priority Action 4 - "Build Back Better" in Recovery, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Plenary Session 5: Interdisciplinary Collaboration Plenary Session 6: National Platforms Plenary Session 7: Synthesis Plenary Session 8: IAP statement on Science and Technology for Disaster Risk Reduction Working Group Discussion Sessions

Priority Action 2 - Strengthening Disaster Risk Governance to Management Disaster Risk Priority Action 3 - Investing in DRR for Resilience Priority Action 4 - "Build Back Better" in Recovery, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction High Level Panel

High Level Panel Session
  • Moderator Introduction
  • Dr. Robert Glasser, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Dr. Han Seung-Soo, the Special Envoy of the UN Secretary-General on Disaster Risk Reduction and Water; Former Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea and Chair of the High-level Experts and Leaders Panel on Water and Disasters (HELP)
  • Prof. Gordon McBean, President International Council for Science (ICSU)
  • Prof. Shuaib Lwasa, Chair / Science Committee, Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR)
  • Dr. Wenjian Zhang, Assistant Secretary General, World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
  • Mr. Steven Ramage, Senior External Relations Manager, Group on Earth Observation (GEO)
  • Mr. Kimio Takeya, Distinguished Adviser to the President, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Posters - photos

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