Private Sector Engagement and Risk Science: Take This Survey from ISC/UNDRR

Esteemed colleagues,

We need your help with a short survey for an important disaster risk reduction research project.

A co-sponsorship with the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) and the International Science Council (ISC), the Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR) program is a global effort to coordinate research on disaster risk issues. DRI is a core group member of the IRDR for the Global DRR Research Agenda 2020 supporting this project. 

The existing Science Plan guiding the program is at the end of its life, and a new Risk Science Agenda is under development — and the input of resilience professionals like you can help!

Engaging widely with private sector interests is critical for ensuring that risk science undertaken over the next decade supports business needs better, and takes into account the ways that risk is already being managed across the wide range of industries and business areas. The new agenda will guide risk science towards better meeting the issues we are all confronting globally in a rapid transforming risk landscape. 

Click here to take part in the short survey. Your views and opinions will help shape both the development and implementation of the new agenda. 

Learn more from our blog post.


Chloe Demrovsky

President & CEO

DRI International

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