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Disaster 2.0 Seminar - [in the framework of Disaster 2.0 EU research Project - Aston University]

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I resilience

  1. 1. iResilience From Social Media to Social Resilience ELENA RAPISARDIDISASTER 2.0 | TURIN | 7 MAGGIO 2012
  2. 2. Disaster 2.0
  3. 3. Disaster 2.0
  4. 4. FrameworkHyogo Framework for ActionGlobal Platform for DisasterReductionGlobal Risk Forum, DAVOSCitizens as Sensors[Goodchild]“Disaster Relief 2.0”, UNFoundation, VodaphoneFoundation, HarvardHumanitarian Initiative, OCHAOnegeologyInternational Conference onEarly Warning
  5. 5. Use knowledge, innovation and education to build a culture of Hyogo Framework for Actionsafety and resilience at all levels. -> Disaster Risk Reduction Research Use of capacity: multi- Information standard DRR risk; socio- sharing and terminology economic; cooperation application. Networks Inclusion of DRR into across school disciplines and curricula, formal regions; and informal dialogue education. Training and learning on DRR: Public community level, local awareness authorities, targeted sectors; and media. equal access.
  6. 6. The Post-Gutenberg Change
  7. 7. Web 2.0 Key Words #share #collaborate #communicate #cooperate #open/free/cloud #social [& inclusion] - e.g. #diversity
  8. 8. «with advances intechnology, the gap betweenprofessionals and amateurshas narrowed, paving theway for companies to takeadvantage of the talent of thepublic.» Darren Gilbert <p>The Crowd</p>
  9. 9. Emergency Information LʼAquila - Earthquake 2009
  10. 10. Semiotic Risk Map Collaboration/Knowledge Sharing/Openess Rescue/Assistance/Aid Resilience Focus FocusVulnerability Preparedness X Fatalism Passive Protection Elitist Knowledge / Knowledge Divide
  11. 11. Semiotic Risk Map Collaboration/Knowledge Sharing/Openess Rescue/Assistance/Aid Resilience Focus FocusVulnerability Preparedness Fatalism Passive Protection Elitist Knowledge / Knowledge Divide
  12. 12. Katsushika Hokusai 1831Building iRESILIENCE
  13. 13. Social Media Social Mediabuild & accelerate engage Information Communties Social Media are Social Media faster than Media need accuracy & and Insitutions validation Social Media and Emergency http://map.web2summit.com/#m
  14. 14. The challenge: Citizens as Sensors PeopleUsersCitizensVolunteersExperts.... «emotional» participation proactive collaboration
  15. 15. natural phenomenon?risk?emergency?
  16. 16. natural phenomenon?risk?emergency?
  17. 17. Engagingin the Disaster Assessment and Management Process
  18. 18. Resilient Ecosystem s es Ma dn na are ge ep me Pr Risk nt Relief
  19. 19. Resilient Ecosystem geosciences geocoding s es Ma dn na are ge ep me Pr Risk nt Relief crowdsourcing open geodata
  20. 20. Resilient Ecosystem Usability/Plain Language geosciences geocoding s es Ma Collaboration Networking dn na are ge ep me Pr Risk nt Relief crowdsourcing open geodata Training/Communications
  21. 21. Resilient Ecosystem Usability/Plain LanguageInstitutions Volunteers geosciences geocoding s es Ma Collaboration Networking dn na are ge ep me Pr Risk nt Relief crowdsourcing open geodata Media Citizens Training/Communications
  22. 22. Resilient Ecosystem Usability/Plain LanguageInstitutions Volunteers geosciences geocoding s es Ma Collaboration Networking dn na are ge ep me Pr Risk nt Relief crowdsourcing open geodata Media Citizens Training/Communications
  23. 23. Richard Stacy | www.richardstacy.comPOST-GUTEMBERG WORLD ASSETS 100% Controlled by stakeholders/customers Community Conversation Content 100% controlled by you/insititution/organization
  24. 24. Test in Action
  25. 25. Geodata4all | Research Project SHARED MAPS AND REAL TIME DATA ALERTS E EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION REPORTS VALIDATION Operating Room KNOWLEDGE & COLLABORATIVESITUATIONAL CITIZENS AS ASSESSMENTAWARENESSCOLLABORATION SENSORScitizens, civil servants, gelocated reports OPEN GEO DATA ->emergency managers, and information ACCESSIBLE AND EASYscientists, pratictioners exchange TO USE
  26. 26. Azioni | CrowdsourcingComunità Scientifica | Media | Cittadini
  27. 27. The SMEMessages communication model in case of risk and emergency resilient usable & explicit semantically reliable geo-accurate
  28. 28. #ignaz Climascopio SMEMessages collaboration open geodata Climascopio [Lamma - Ibimet]
  29. 29. Lake Santa Luce: draught scientific community resilience continuum experts/scholars institutions media citizens [sensors]
  30. 30. Social Resilience as Commons Resilience is Conversation Open Knowledge Cooperation Sharing Openess
  31. 31. Social Resilience as Commons geosciences geocoding Resilience is Conversation Open Knowledge Cooperation Sharing Openess crowdsourcing geo open data
  32. 32. Social Resilience as Commons Usability/Plain Language geosciences geocoding Resilience is ConversationCollaboration Networking Open Knowledge Cooperation Sharing Openess crowdsourcing geo open data Training/Communications
  33. 33. Do you «Resilience»?elena rapisardi e.rapisardi@gmail.com @erapisardi Università di Torino Department of Earth Sciences

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