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Storylines and narratives for multi-hazard, multi-risk decision-making

3rd International ConferenceNatural Hazards and Risks in a Changing World
Addressing Compound and Multi-Hazard Risk




9.00 am – 11.00 am


9:00 | Welcome 9:05 | Gabriele Messori Socio-environmental storylines for multi-risk decision making9:15 | Julia Beier Exploring social vulnerability through narratives: A mixed-methods approach to develop storylines of vulnerability for heat and flood related risk in Austria9:25 | Gordon Woo Downward counterfactual generation of Storylines9:35 | Massimiliano Pittore Towards a storyline-based, ontologically structured approach for multi-risk assessment of urban areas9:45 | Anne Van Loon Storylines of drought-flood events9:55 | Martha Vogel Navigating climate risk in humanitarian action: The potential of storyline approaches10:05 | Jasmina Schmidt Disaster narratives in emergency services: Tools for crisis and disaster governance10:15 | Henrique Moreno Dumont Goulart Storylines for (future) impact assessment: Hurricane Sandy's compound flood impacts on New York City10:25 | Noemí Padrón Fumero Storylines approach to Multi-hazard Disaster Risk Management in Volcanic Islands: Lessons from the Canary Islands10:35 | Justine Panegos Retrospective narrative of climatic events in a wine cooperative system