New publication of the European Centre for Forest Fires

15 December 2021
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“Nowadays, the Covid-19 pandemic crisis has intensified the challenges and difficulties for effective disaster risk management. It appears that complex emergencies will be the case for the future and therefore a multi-hazard risk approach might be necessary for copying with the relevant impacts”.

The latest publication of the European Centre for Forest Fires (ECFF) entitled “Multi-hazard Risk Approach and Inclusive Community Engagement in Disaster Risk Management: Experiences & Lessons learned by a recent Wildfire Event in the Greek Island of Rhodes amidst Covid-19 pandemic crisis”, released under the auspices of the EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement, is aiming at highlighting emerging issues in the field of disaster risk management, such as the need for multi-hazard risk assessment in case of viral pandemics.

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