Every day, thousands of people all over the world are helping their communities to make sense of risk. Many are doing this with limited support or tools.
But despite the different cultures and varied environments they each work in, they often have similar needs. Diverse risk practitioners are making many of the same discoveries about what they and their communities need for deciding the weight to give to information about risks.
Professor of Resource and Environmental Economics; Head of Department – Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness Management
Architectural Engineer and Construction Historian - University College London
Bambang Hero Saharjo
Fire Forensics Specialist, Professor of the Environment and Forest Fires - Bogor Agricultural University