Webinar: Mapping the
Future of Flood Risk,
Tuesday 27 November

Join the conversation to hear how JBA is using maps, models and technical insights to understand flood risk.

Dr John Bevington, Technical Director of JBA Consulting, Jessica Boyd, Catastrophe Risk Analyst from JBA Risk Management, and Jim Craig, Technical and Marketing Director of Oasis Hub, will be hosting a live webinar on Tuesday 27 November at 3pm GMT.

The webinar will be discussing how improved models, data and tools, commonly used by insurers, are being used in global disaster risk management and development projects to better understand flood risk. We'll also hear how catastrophe models are providing a detailed understanding of flood dynamics to support nature-based and engineered solutions to reduce flood risk, and how innovative new methods are now providing forecast flood maps, supporting earlier decision making and potentially reducing the impacts of floods.

After the webinar you will:

  • understand how improved science, data and models are currently supporting risk management decisions around the world.
  • have insight into how disaster risk financing and insurance is benefiting from using flood risk data.
  • understand how wider availability of flood risk data, models and forecasting systems is driving innovation in climate services and forecast-based action.

 

Keep in mind that once we hit the limit on attendees, registration will close. If you have a specific question about the webinar, please email us at hello@jbarisk.com.

You can find out more about the webinar in the latest blog from JBA Consulting.

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