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The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability
The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability
The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability
The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability
The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability
The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability
The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability
The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability
The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability
The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability
The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability
The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability
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The Global Earthquake Model by John Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing Board Nicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications & International Relations Chris Burton, Leader, GEM Social Vulnerability

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Science & Technology Platforms, 19 May 2013
4th Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction
Geneva, Switzerland
Presentation at the Consultion Day event about: Scientific and Technical Platforms / Networks: Achievements and Future Goals during the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction GPDRR 2013 in Geneva



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    • 1. The Global Earthquake ModelJohn Schneider, Vice Chair, GEM Governing BoardNicole Keller, Head, GEM Communications &International RelationsChris Burton, Leader, GEM Social VulnerabilityScience & Technology Platforms, 19 May 20134th Global Platform for Disaster Risk ReductionGeneva, Switzerland
    • 2. Goal & VisionGoal: To provide tools and resources fortransparent analysis of earthquake riskanywhere in the world……by bringing individuals and organisationstogether in a global collaborative effort toleverage science to benefit society.Vision: To change the landscape of earthquakerisk assessment, and support risk understandingand risk reduction
    • 3. Who is GEM?A great diversity of people and organisations from around theglobe working together for improved earthquake risk assessment
    • 4. A public-private partnership10+ private organisations15+ public agencies8+ international bodiesa public-privatepartnershipThe non-profit andindependent GEMFoundation drivesthe effort andstarted in 2009.The foundation isfunded andgoverned througha unique public-private partnership
    • 5. Integrated risk assessmentThe development and implementation of methods, metrics, and tools forthe integrated evaluation of earthquake risk worldwide
    • 6. Our main activities(1) globaldata, methods,guidelines &tools(2) regionalpartnerships andcollaboration(4) open-sourceplatform andsoftware tools(3) knowledgesharing andtechnologytransferGEM
    • 7. Global products, guidelines and output⁻ Instrumental catalogue⁻ Historical Catalogue⁻ Geodetic strain rate model⁻ Active faults data⁻ Tectonic regionalisationmodel⁻ Building and populationmodels⁻ Earthquake consequences data⁻ Physical vulnerability functions⁻ Socio-economic vulnerabilityand resilience indicators‣ Databases‣ Regional and global models⁻ Seismic source models⁻ Ground motion models⁻ Physical exposure models⁻ Physical fragility and vulnerability models
    • 8. Regional CollaborationSHARE, NERA, Syner-G EMME EMCAregional workshopsSARA
    • 9. The OpenQuake Platform & ToolsGlobal Framework(tools, data, methods)Local - national, regional -programmes & collaborations(data, methods)Organisations and individuals(data, results)From global to local: the platform & tools becomemore valuable over time for local decision-making
    • 10. Taking stock and future directions‣ Several global databases already publicly available‣ Open-source modelling engine v1 ready and used in 80 countries‣ Science outputs and reports shared online for open commentary‣ Regional collaborations established and developing2014: launch of the OpenQuake Platform, related tools, resources &documents‣ New global science‣ Intensified collaboration through strategic partnerships worldwide‣ Working together on risk assessment through the platform
    • 11. GEM and DRR‣ Building an evidence base for DRR‣ Supporting risk assessment – hazard, exposure,vulnerability‣ Growing expertise, sharing knowledge‣ Building networks, including public-privatepartnerships‣ Providing and supporting open data, tools, andguidelines‣ Developing basis for economic investments in DRR
    • 12. Learn more…www.globalquakemodel.org

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