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Volume 16  Issue 1

CRJ 16.1 Cover MidResSee below for full summaries of all articles

Comment: Lord Toby Harris of the National Preparedness Commission and Mami Mizutori of the UNDRR 

Resilience: Building back better; learning from the past; cognitive biases; diversity shortfalls; proactive leadership resilience; and succession planning

Covid-19: Supply chain resilience; mass vaccination challenges; entertainment venues; and new technology

Climate & environment: Failures of imagination; opportunity or catastrophe? Forever chemicals; biodiversity & economics; flood resilience; the plight of the humble bee; and drones

Frontline services: Police mediation; Capitol building violence; and Yemen

Societal division: Overcoming toxic polarisation; the infodemic & social media; bursting the disinformation bubble; building trust online; manipulation and consequences; and psychological warfare

Technology: Photogrammetry and hotwashes; and London Fire Brigade's drone programme

Regulars: Book review; event previews & diary listings; and Frontline - Raimondo Chiari of the ICRC

Articles

 
A light at the end of the tunnel? (269.2KB) 22/03/2021, Mike O'Neill describes a technology that is yielding excellent results in preventing Covid-19 transmission in occupied spaces. Free to read from our Key Network Partner
Flood resilience in a changing climate (287.0KB) 22/03/2021, Phil Emonson of the EPS outlines why flooding as a result of climate change is an ever increasing risk. Free to read from our Key Network Partner.
Firefighting hotwashes (198.4KB) 22/03/2021, Pix4D explores how photogrammetry enhances the debriefing process. Free to read from our Key Network Partner
 
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