Jan 15 • 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
GRI Hosted Lecture: Resilience Efforts in Denmark
Please join us on January 15th 2019 for a lecture by Rasmus Dahlberg, Assistant Professor at Royal Danish Defense College, discussing the various resilience efforts adopted by Denmark. Dahlberg will detail the changes made by the Danish National Crisis Management System along with cross sectional efforts to prevent the growing effects of Climate Change.
Stay tuned for more information and registration.
About the Speaker
Rasmus Dahlberg is an assistant professor at the Royal Danish Defence College where he teaches and researches civil-military relations, military history and war theory. He has a background in history and a PhD in Disaster Research from the University of Copenhagen. As a co-founder of the Copenhagen Center for Disaster Research (COPE), he has written extensively on disaster history, disaster phenomenology and Danish and international disaster and emergency management history. Rasmus Dahlberg is a visiting scholar at NEU in January and February 2020. Co-author of the “Oxford University Press Online Dictionary of Disaster Management” and Disaster Research: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives, published by Routledge in 2015. Forthcoming: Defining Disaster: Disciplines and Domains, co-edited with Marie Aronsson-Storrier at Edvard Elgar.