CRJ 14:3 out now!
This edition covers natural hazards, governance, extremism, community and public issues, human factors and leadership, corporate resilience, technology and kidnap, extortion and ransom
Tomorrow’s world will not just be hungrier: it will increasingly face under-nutrition
The availability of plant proteins, zinc and iron is likely to become more limited if atmospheric carbon dioxide levels continue to rise, according to new research
Taming crises - a sneak preview of what's being planned for CRJ 14:4...
It’s early days yet in the production of the next edition of the Crisis Response Journal, which is published in October, but we already have a great line-up of articles and themes, writes Emily Hough
Transforming resilience: The next chapter
The programme for the Emergency Planning Society's annual networking session is announced, with a focus on transformation
World's greatest living explorer becomes patron of travel risk group
Sir Ranulph Fiennes, the first person to navigate the globe via the poles, will be joining the TRIP group as a patron
The disability programme trying to bridge the disconnect between talent and acquisition
Collaboration is key to breaking down barriers for people with disabilities says Anastasia Kyriacou in this latest blog from Aidex
DroneResponders partners with Commercial UAV Expo Americas
This year's expo sees a partnership with DroneResponders, a non-profit organisation that aims to help collaboration between emergency services drone operators
Problem pests – vicious vectors
With the increase in temperatures this summer comes the threat of flying insects - some of which carry bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics according to a recent study. Ruth Wozencroft from Q-bital explains
Bullets or bacterium – in pursuit of the forgotten school intruder
David P Perrodin, PhD, examines how the shadow of superbugs - a host of tiny, unseen enemies - could be a far greater danger than security threats to schools than many people currently perceive
Eight years on from Fukushima
A collaboration between villages and Nagasaki University has enabled evacuees to return to their homes eight years after the devastating earthquake and tsunami in 2011
Machine learning can predict if storms will cause blackouts
Being able to predict blackouts is of vital importance for electricity companies. New research in Finland has used machine learning to classify storms to see if blackouts are likely
CRJ is pleased to welcome Jacqui Semple, Chair of the UK’s Emergency Planning Society, to its Advisory Panel.
Jacqui has extensive experience in leadership, management, emergency management, business continuity management, risk, crisis management, safety advisory groups, training and development
Five EU member states fail to comply with accessibility and location of emergency communications provisions
The European Emergency Number Association (EENA) has lauded this move to ensure the safety of EU citizens by enforcing lifesaving legislation.
Take stock of your online footprint and beware of threats
In a world of every evolving cyber-threat there has never been a more significant time to consider your online footprint. David Eames provides a few pointers
Unprecedented wildfires in the Arctic
Wildfires reaching parts of Siberia, Alaska and along the Yukon River, inside the Arctic Circle, are burning at a rate unseen for 10,000 years
New Advisory Panel Member for CRJ
We are delighted to welcome Stewart Mashiter, Senior Lecturer in Emergency Planning at the University of Wolverhampton, to the CRJ Advisory Panel.
Parting the seas of today's chaotic crises: Advice for global leaders
Patric Lagadec’s new book 'The era of invention: Statesmen and women struggling with crises and disruptions in a chaotic world', attempts to address some of the challenges of leadership
Crowd safety and risk analysis course
Steve Laws talks about the value of maintaining your continual professional development as a crowd safety professional in a changing world, and announces a course that takes place in October