Climate Change Adaptation Is Part of the 2008 International Disaster and Risk Conference
The International Disaster and Risk Conference welcomes participants to its 2008 event to be held in Davos, Switzerland. The IDRC will take place 25-29 August 2008.
The theme of this year’s conference will follow the motto ‘Public-private partnership – Key for integral risk management and climate change adaptation’ with various sessions that focus on topics such as the coordination of climate change mitigation and adaptation, disaster risk reduction, integrated risk management procedures and identified vulnerabilities in case-studies. Participants will have the opportunity to attend workshops, excursions, lectures and exhibitions.
It is the goal of the IDRC Davos 2008 to form stronger relationships between disaster and risk management sectors in order to create an integrated global discussion and thout process about disaster and risk management. The conference will aim to build special working groups that will work to achieve this goal within certain topics.
Those interested in attending the International Disaster and Risk Conference Davos 2008 can register and find further information online at http://www.idrc.info.
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