PhD researcher at the International Institute of Social Studies, Rod Mena, will take part in the panel discussion on 'Anticipation in Times of Armed Conflict'.
'How can the humanitarian sector effectively support people affected by conflict by outsmarting disasters?'
During the session, the panelists will discuss early warning and early action strategies towards climate change. They will attempt to answer the question 'How can the humanitarian sector effectively support people affected by conflict by outsmarting disasters?'
Rod's presentation will consider the possibilities of and strategies for disaster risk reduction in places affected by armed conflict.
The session relates to the latest publication from the Climate Centre, 'The Future of Forecasts: Impact-Based Forecasting for Early Action'.
This session will take place on Wednesday 9 September at 19:30 (CEST)
The Climate:Red Virtual Summit will bring together people from all around the world, creating a truly global platform to debate and inspire climate action. It includes over 200 interactive sessions.
About Rod Mena
Rodrigo Mena is a researcher and consultant working on disasters, conflict, humanitarian aid, and applied fieldwork research.