Join us on Wednesday, September 14th at 11:00 AM Eastern for a report on lone wolf terrorism and militant extremists from Gregory Ehrie, special agent in charge of the Intelligence Division at FBI New York Office (NYO). You can register for the forum here: http://bit.ly/2b1Bpog
Join us on Tuesday, August 16th at 11:00 AM Eastern for a discussion on mass migration and its impacts on urban areas. Professor Panu Poutvaara, PhD, Director of the Ifo Center for International Institutional Comparisons and Migration Research, will lead the discussion. You can register for this web forum here: http://bit.ly/2azVgfO
Join us on Thursday, July 21 at 11:00 AM Eastern for a discussion on Brexit and its implications for the private sector. Leading the discussion will be Joseph Lake, Global Economist at the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Robert Hall, London First Security & Resilience Network, and Dr. Nicholas Economides, Professor of Economics at New York University (NYU) Stern School of Business. You can register for the forum here: http://bit.ly/29JrtkS
Join us on Thursday, June 23 at 11:00 AM Eastern for a live web forum examining the latest advancements in situational intelligence. Pete O'Dell, founder and CEO of Swan Island Networks, will be leading the discussion. You can register for the web forum here: http://bit.ly/248ONgP
Join us on Tuesday, May 17th at 11:00 AM Eastern for a discussion on the 2016 hurricane season including what to expect and how to prepare, led by Bryan Norcross, Senior Executive Director of Weather Content and Presentation, and Senior Hurricane Specialist at The Weather Channel. You can register for this forum here: http://bit.ly/1VImWT6
LIVE Web Forum - Zika & Other Emerging Mosquito-Borne Diseases: Update and Potential Risk Mitigation Strategies
Join us on Thursday, April 14th at 11:00 AM Eastern for a discussion on Zika virus and other emerging mosquito-borne diseases, led by Kathryn Hanley, Ph.D. Dr. Hanley conducts cutting-edge research on the emergence and control of mosquito-borne viruses, including Zika, dengue and chikungunya. You can register here: http://bit.ly/1Va7UUD
Join us on Wednesday, March 16 at 11:00 AM Eastern for a discussion on insider threat by cyber vector, led by Randy Trzeciak, Director of The Insider Threat Center at Carnegie Mellon University. You can register here: http://bit.ly/1XcUrdj
On January 12, 2016, Thomas Popik discussed various issues that can affect the reliability of the national electric power grid, such as space weather, and potential resilience solutions. You can read a summary of the web forum here: Download File
Join us on December 16th at 11:00 AM Eastern for a discussion on dirty bombs, also known as radiological dispersion devices, and their potential impacts. This forum will be led by Mark Maiello of the New York City Department of Health, Robert Ingram of the Fire Department City of New York, Philip Karam of the New York City Police Department, and Eliot Calhoun of New York City Emergency Management. Register here: http://bit.ly/20Pstb3
Join us on November 12th at 11:00 AM Eastern for a discussion on the impacts of sea level rise on cities by Dr. Michael Bruno, Dean at the Schaefer School of Engineering and Science.
Dr. Bruno is the co-founder of multiple research centers of international importance at Stevens. Stevens has grown precipitously since Dr. Bruno came to the university in 1989, transforming from a storied teaching college into a research institute with global partnerships and critical facilities for study in the public interest. Along the way, Dr. Bruno has shown tremendous leadership ushering in the future while maintaining Stevens culture of intense student involvement and hands-on research opportunities for undergraduates. As Dean of the School and Engineering and Science, Dr. Bruno fosters curricula and research initiatives in the best interest of both students and the leading research faculty.
Join us October, 5th at 11:00 am Eastern for a briefing on Preparing for the Next Outbreak? Lessons Learned from MERS by Mike Osterholm, PhD, MPH.
Securing the Future of Our Cities & Establishing a Public-Private Network for Resilience
When: October 15-16, 2015
Where: London, United Kingdom
Join us on September 15th at 11:00 am Eastern for insights on Potentially Catastrophic Vulnterabilities in GPS.
August 7, 2015
Join us on Wednesday, August 19th, 11 am Eastern for a Global Resilience Network LIVE Web Forum:India's Heat Wave: Lessons Learned for World Cities.
Meredith Connolly, Climate and Energy attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council's India Initiative on climate change and clean energy, will be leading the discussion.
Ms. Connolly will give a briefing on lessons learned in India's recent heat wave and the creation of the country's first heat resilience strategy.
Since 2011, Ms. Connolly has advanced clean energy, environmental health and climate adaptation policies in the U.S. and India within NRDC's International Program and Energy Program. She worked with local partners and international experts to develop and implement India's first heat resilience plan and early warning system for extreme heat to protect communities in the city of Ahmedabad.
Join us on Wednesday, July 15th, 11 am Eastern for a Global Resilience Network Live Web Forum: Hazardous Materials: Current Threats & Insights on Effective HazMat Management led by Robert Ingram, Battalion Chief at the New York City Fire Department.
Join us on Thursday, March 26th, 11 am Eastern for Global Risk Network Live Web Forum: Severe Winter Weather: Looking Back at This Year's Impacts and Future Preparations.
Dr. Mark Keim, Senior Science Advisor for the Office of the Director in the National Center for Environmental Health at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will lead this discussion and provide us with the latest news on pandemic / infectious disease.
This will be a discussion of general trends with a focus on what the functionality and benefits are of the latest platforms, services and approaches as well as how corporate entities might best access and weave together the most robust...
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