CANCELLATION OF 2020 ASIA PACIFIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE ON DISASTER RISK REDUCTION (APSTCDRR), KUALA LUMPUR, 16-17 MARCH 2020
In view of the growing uncertainties and changing situation amidst the outbreak of the COVID-19 across the region, it is regret to inform that the 2020 Asia Pacific Science and Technology Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (APSTCDRR, Official Website -http://www.ukm.my/apstcdrr/) convened under the aegis of the National Disaster Management Agency of the Prime Minister’s Department of Malaysia and Academy of Sciences Malaysia scheduled to be held in Kuala Lumpur on 16-17 March 2020 has been cancelled. Continue reading →
2020 Asia Pacific Science and Technology Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, 16-17 March 2020, Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia will host the 2020 Asia Pacific Science and Technology Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction on 16-17 March 2020 in Kuala Lumpur, in partnership with the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) Asia Pacific Science Technology and Academia Advisory Group (APSTAAG), whose members play a crucial role in strengthening regional networking and providing advice and insight to boost national science and technology capacities. Continue reading →
The impacts and damages caused by natural hazards are still enormous. While various disaster risk reduction (DRR) measures have been taken for many years, the application of science, technology and innovations are required more than ever to develop and implement further effective and evidence-based approach.
The APRU (Association of Pacific Rim Universities) Multi-Hazards Program organized a strategic meeting on the disaster risk reduction policy influence at Tohoku University in February 2018 with the APRU member universities and partner organizations. Continue reading →
The New Urban Agenda was adopted in October 2016 at the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development – Habitat III in Quito, Ecuador. It is a result of a unique consensus among all participating states. The document sets out a common vision and global standards for urban development in the coming decades.
The YES Network is an international association of early-career geoscientists who are primarily under the age of 35 years and are from universities, geoscience organizations and companies from across the world. The YES Network was formed as a result of the International Year of Planet Earth in 2007. In 2009, in collaboration with the IYPE and under the patronage of UNESCO, the YES Network organized its first international Congress at the China University of Geosciences in Beijing, China. Continue reading →