Events of Catastrophes

I International Workshop on Advances in Assessment and Modeling of Earthquake Loss

Istanbul, 4-5 November 2019

International Workshop on Advances in Assessment and Modeling of Earthquake Loss, which is organized by the TCIP, will bring the insurance industry players, international reinsurance and modeling companies, government agencies and universities.

The workshop will include country-specific practices in loss assessment following an earthquake and the latest developments in earthquake risk modeling. It will be hosted by numerous experts from all over the world, including those from Japan, Italy and New Zealand.

FERMA European Risk Management FORUM 2019 - Aim for the future

Berlin, 17-20 November 2019

The FERMA Forum is the premier international event for the risk management community in Europe: 1,500 risk professionals will come together for 2 days in Berlin, to energise insurance and risk management practices.

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Conference of the Parties (COP) number 25

Santiago, Chile, 2-13 December 2019

The whole world is livinig a process of transformation towards a truly sustainable development. Raising the levels of ambition with a balance between mitigation and adaptation is essential. For this purpose, we need the participation of both the States and local governments, and the private sector.

The COP must encourage concrete climate action, ensuring an inclusive process for all parties and the formal integration of the scientific world and the private sector.

Our challenge is to achieve a transition towards increased action and that is perceived by the general public. Climate change is a reality now, not in 50 years’ time.

2020 UNDERSTANDING RISK FORUM

Singapore, 18-22 May 2020

UR is a global community of 9,000+ experts and practitioners active in the creation, communication, and use of disaster risk information. Members share knowledge and experience, collaborate, and discuss innovations and best practice in risk assessment. The community convenes every two years at UR Forums – five-day events that highlight groundbreaking work, facilitate nontraditional partnerships, and showcase new technical know-how in disaster risk identification.

UR2020 will take place 18-22 May 2020 at the Singapore EXPO Convention and Exhibition Centre. More than 1,000 representatives from all over the world are expected to participate. The five-day event is divided into three days for the main conference and two days dedicated to side events led by the community. The Forum features technical sessions, interactive workshops, and multimedia exhibits, as well as space for bilateral meetings.