CRHNet 2018 Conference Presentations

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Reflections on Resiliency and Innovation from the Gaza Strip. David Hutton
Sub-National Government Efforts to Activate and Motivate Local Climate Change Adaptation: Nova Scotia, Canada. B. Vogel, D. Henstra, G. McBean
Inter-Community Service Collaboration: Enhancing Rural Infrastructure Preparedness for Climate Change. B.L. Murphy
A critical analysis of attributing an extreme event to climate change. C. Emdad Haque
Painting as a Research Method. J. Slick
Child and Youth Resilience: Findings from the Alberta Resilient Communities Project. J. Drolet, C. McDonald-Harker, R. Cox
Coping with Disaster Using Art After the Toronto Van Attack. Dr. Jack L. Rozdilsky
ISC Québec regional model of excellence in Risk Reduction in First Nations communities. S. Malouin
Waltz in times of change: The use of movement to connect emotion and memory to disaster risk reduction. A. Tanner
Boko Haram, Islamic Protest & National Security. I.R. Hood, P. Lovejoy
ISO  Climate Change and Environmental / Risk Management. N.P. Lee
The Forest Burns. J. Manz-Henezi

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Building Capacity for Emergency Management in Frog Lake. Alberta, Myles Quinney, Lenny Quinney, Casey Quinney, Kenny Dion, Fran Bryers
Mental Wellness in Emergencies. Josée Roy, Erin Myers
FloodSmart Canada: Communication that Motivates and Drives Flood Risk Management in Canada. S. Peddle
Experiencing Fire: A Phenomenological Study of YouTube Videos of the Ft. McMurray Fire. J. Slick
Prevention policies, crisis response and risk management in the oil and gas sector. A. Valiquette L'Heureux
Intangibles: Working with Communities to Map and Explore Flood Risk and Resilience. T. Lyle
Recovery Justice Following Disasters: Intentionality in Recovery Planning. J. Stone
Climate change adaptation in Metro Vancouver: examining the role of managed retreat. A. Rutledge
The importance of collecting information from flood events to inform risk reduction from future flood events. Robin Bourke
Spotlight on You(th): Putting youth at the forefront of disaster risk reduction. The EnRiCH Youth Research Team, C.J. Pickering, T. O'Sullivan
Risk Assessment in Indigenous communities along BC's northwest coast. M. Heideman, N. Hastings, Roger Sterritt, Sarah Dal Santo, Celena Cook
How do local institutional dynamics shape community resilience to natural disasters? Evidence from two disaster prone communities of Bangladesh. Mahed-Ul-islam Choudhury, C. Emdad Haque, M. Salim Uddin
Residents' experiences of the Horse River fire evacuation and recovery. T.K. McGee
Social Science Extreme Events Reconnaissance (SSEER) and  Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Extreme Events Reconnaissanc. H. Wu, L. Peek, M. Mathews
Hashtag - Awesome! Championing youth ideas for a better community after the Fort McMurray wildfire. A. Berard, T. Plush, T. Hill
Evacuation Response: Kamloops as a Host City. Dr. Jack L. Rozdilsky, Dr. Aaida A. Mamuji
Neighbour Hubs for Community Resilience. L. Karlberg, S. Koenig, H. Rachelson, A. Therias, E. Webb
Building Resilience through psychosocial programming. L. Archer
Just Ask - Understanding Successful Volunteers and Community Preparedness Levels. Shaun Koopman MA
Developing Climate Resilience in Highway Infrastructure - Professional Practice Guidelines Update. H. Radhakrishnan, T. Murdock, D. Nyland
Integrating Community into Disaster Risk Reduction. S. Cardinal, S. Burke
Protect, accommodate, avoid or retreat (PARA): Canadian community options for flood disaster risk reduction and CC resilience. B. Doberstein, C. Mitchell, J. Fitzgibbons
Emergency Operation Centres: Between Chaos and Complexity. M.C. Doré
The way forward for maturing the practice of risk assessment. Sahar Safaie, Nestor Alfonzo Santamaria, Ruud Houdijk, Tuna Onur
Resilience is for Losers. L.C. Struik
What's that sound? The effect of a tsunami evacuation on risk perceptions and protective behaviour in Port Alberni, BC. A. Tanner, R. Reynolds
Adaptation and Innovation for Emergency Management in Rural and Remote Communities. K.L. Lentowicz
Empowering Indigenous emergency management: The Prince Albert Grand Council/Red Cross Agreement, S.J. Lambert (UoS). Dee Friday, Lorne Stewart, Tina Pelletier
Building Resilient Communities:  Developing an Experience Feedback Methodology for Flood Risk Mitigation in Québec. I. Thomas, C.P. Perras, P. Marceau
Factors Influencing Community Recovery Decision Making: A Case Study of Recovery from the 2016 Fort McMurray Wildfires. E. Woolf
Adapting Canadian All Hazards Risk Assessment Methodology Guidelines for application to flood consequence classification in BC. J.D. Van de Valk, M. S. North, S. Safaie
Planning for disaster recovery: Economic and social assets. L. Yumagulova
Why Your Emergency Plan Will Fail: The Missing Chapter. L.D. Pearce
The Value of Integrating Animal Care: A Four Pillars Approach. C. Rogers, H. Ferguson, J. King

Thursday, November 01, 2018

Amplifying Montréal’s Urban Resilience Building Process Through Collaborative Work with Academia. I. Cloutier, J. Cotton
Vehicle Weaponization Risk in Urban Areas: A Social Media Analysis of Public Perceptions Following the Toronto Van Attack. B. Dumbuya, A. Asgary
The Indigenous Fire Marshal Office - Potential impact on Indigenous Disaster Risk Reduction. Richard Kent, Arnold Lazare
YAP YAP YAP: Let’s talk youth-adult partnerships in DRR. Kiana Alexander, Nigel Deans, Dr. Tamara Plush, Dr. Robin Cox, Aishwarya Gurumurthy
Mattagami First Nation, Disaster & Emergency Management Success. Wilbert Wesley
Aboriginal Disaster Resilience Plan - Communities' Experiences. B. Falloon
Emerging Engineering Tools for Urban Seismic Loss Reduction and Business Continuity Planning. Jack Guo
Hands-on Map-based HRVA and Resilience building erxercise. E. Oldfield
Emergency Planning for Acadia First Nation. Heather McKenzie Carey
Flood-Resilient Housing for First Nations Communities. E.C. English
Catastrophic earthquake risk in Canada - From knowledge to action. Murray Journeay, Vitor Silva, Anirudh Rao
Addressing Mental Health Impacts of Extreme Weather Events in Indigenous Communities. G. Richards, E. Myers, D. Brown
Putting Risk Analysis into the Hands of Emergency Managers. H. McGrath, A. Abo El Ezz, N. Gibb, A. Smirnoff, M. Nastev
Making a case for resilience investments: Understanding (dis)incetives across the scales of governance. L. Yumagulova
Mapping the attributes of community resilience and its implication on disaster resilience in the coastal Bangladesh. M. Salim Uddin, C. Emdad Haque, Mahed-Ul-Islam Choudhury, David Walker
Federal Flood Risk Assessment Guideline Consultation. Paula McLeod
Using a participatory approach at a regional scale to deal with disaster risk management uncertainty : the case of Memphrémagog. I. Thomas, J. Hume, G. Turenne
Analyzing Shanghai’s disaster vulnerability using the ‘Pressure-and-Release’ Model. D. Moss, B. Doberstein
Mass Feeding in the 21st Century. Perron Goodyear
“We are more than a checkmark!”: Using the 4P Framework to engage youth in DRR & recovery on their own terms. R. Cox, T. Plush
Post Disaster Building Assessment: A System of Systems. R. Bowles, S. Bibby, P. Learoyd, P. Mitchell, R. Fenton, M. Laquinte Francis, D. Ursuliak
Inventory of Emergency Management Capabilities in Indigenous Communities. Public Safety Canada, Indigenous Services Canada and Assembly of First Nations
A Platform to Support Coastal Risk Reduction: Sharing resilience knowledge among coastal communities. S. Chang, R. Reynolds, J. Yip, T. Conger, K. Cawley
Spatially explicit robust impact patterns: a new approach to account for uncertainties of long-term sea-level rise impacts. J.Z.K. Yip, S.E. Chang
Labour Market Integration of Syrian Refugees in Canada: Supports and Challenges in the Greater Toronto Area. A. Mamuji, D. Meghdadi, N. Elgendy
Update on Federal Flood Mapping Guideline Series. Paula McLeod
Smart Energy Communities and Utilities Partnering to Build Resilience. E. Oldfield

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