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Ronja Winkhardt-Enz

Ronja Winkhardt-Enz
German Committee for Disaster Reduction

Master of Science

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Recent crisis events and disasters, such as the 2021 flood disaster in Germany highlight the fact, that the management of multi-risks remains a challenge for risk managers and decision-makers even in highly developed countries. Nevertheless, over the past decade, new and innovative methods for data collection, analyses and communication have emerge...
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Die Themen Warnung und Alarmierung der Bevölkerung hatten in den vergangenen Jahrzehnten keinen hohen Stellenwert in Deutschland. Erst durch den erstmals wieder durchgeführten, bundesweiten Warntag im September 2020, bei dem die Alarmierung allerdings nicht wie geplant funktioniert hat bzw. durchgeführt werden konnte, erhielt das Thema wieder mehr...
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The German Committee for Disaster Reduction (DKKV) is the largest platform for disaster risk reduction in Germany and has been promoting prevention and disaster risk reduction in science, practice, and politics since the beginning of the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction in 1990. The overarching leitmotif of the DKKV is the streng...
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This research investigates human mobility in the context of landslide risk in São Paulo. Developed in conjunction with the South American Network for Environmental Migration - RESAMA, the Risk Management Laboratory (LabGRIS) of the Federal University of ABC (UFABC), and the research group Humanitarian Journalism and Media Interventions, of the Grad...

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