Articles | Volume 21, issue 1
https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-21-187-2021
https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-21-187-2021
Invited perspectives
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19 Jan 2021
Invited perspectives |  | 19 Jan 2021

Invited perspectives: Building sustainable and resilient communities – recommended actions for natural hazard scientists

Joel C. Gill, Faith E. Taylor, Melanie J. Duncan, Solmaz Mohadjer, Mirianna Budimir, Hassan Mdala, and Vera Bukachi

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This paper draws on the experiences of seven early career scientists, in different sectors and contexts, to explore the improved integration of natural hazard science into broader efforts to reduce the likelihood and impacts of disasters. We include recommendations for natural hazard scientists, to improve education, training, and research design and to strengthen institutional, financial, and policy actions. We hope to provoke discussion and catalyse changes that will help reduce disaster risk.
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