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Global educational surges by communities linked strategically and tactically throughout the world. Presentation courtesy of Dr. Walter Hays, Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction

Global educational surges by communities linked strategically and tactically throughout the world. Presentation courtesy of Dr. Walter Hays, Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction

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2013 strategies for disaster resilience: Putting a face on educational surges 2013 strategies for disaster resilience: Putting a face on educational surges Presentation Transcript

  • DISASTER RESILIENCE REQUIRES A “24/7” SURGE • PREPAREDNESS (BE READY FOR ANYTHING) • PROTECTION (ABLE TO WITHSTAND) • WARNED EARLY (OUT OF HARM’S WAY)
  • STRATEGIES FOR BECOMING DISASTER RESILIENT
  • PART 6: PUTTING A NEW FACEON POWERFUL EDUCATIONAL SURGES TO BUILD GLOBAL CAPACITY FOR DISASTER RESILIENCE
  • RISK ASSESSMENT ACCEPTABLE RISK•NATURAL HAZARDS•INVENTORY RISK•VULNERABILITY UNACCEPTABLE RISK•LOCATION GOAL: DISASTER RESILIENCE DATA BASES YOUR AND INFORMATION COMMUNITY FIVE PILLARS OF RESILIENCEHAZARDS: •PREPAREDNESSGROUND SHAKING •PROTECTIONGROUND FAILURESURFACE FAULTING •EARLY WARNINGTECTONIC DEFORMATION •EMERGENCY RESPONSETSUNAMI RUN UPAFTERSHOCKS •RECOVERY IENCE
  • THE STATE OF THE WORLDREALITY: 200 Nations and 7+ Billion Peopleare Investing Over 60 Trillion Dollars EachYear in Urban Development and Billions inEducation.REALITY: Each Year, approximately 900Events Cause Exponentially IncreasingEconomic losses in the $ Billions With LargeTolls in Mortality, Morbidity, & the Homeless.
  • THE WAY FORWARD GLOBAL EDUCATIONAL SURGES BYCOMMUNITIES LINKED STRATEGICALLY AND TACTICALLY THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
  • ALL COMMUNITIES CAN BE LINKED STRATEGICALLY AND TACTICALLY SUB-SAHARA CARIBBEAN AFRICA BASIN EUROPE NORTH 200 NATIONS AND 7+ MEDITER- AMERICA RANEAN BILLION PEOPLE SOUTH ISLAND AMERICA NATIONS ASIA
  • SURGES WITH POWERA WELL- DESIGNED GLOBAL EDUCATONALSURGE WILL HAVE INFINITE ENERGY LIKE A TSUNAMI OR THE STORM SURGE OF A CYCLONE, TYPHOON, OR A HURRICANE
  • SURGES WITH GLOBAL POWERGLOBAL SURGES THAT PENETRATE ALL SECTORS OF A COMMUNITY WILL BUILDCAPACITY FOR ULTIMATELY REDUCE THE COMMUNITY’S DISASTERS TO ZERO DURING THE DECADE OF THE 2010’s
  • THE GOAL OF EVERY COMMUNITY • NO DISASTERS IN A WORLD WHERE… • NATURAL HAZARDS (E.G., FLOODS, SEVERE WINDSTORMS, EARTHQUAKES, DROUGHTS) ARE INEVITABLE AND DISASTERS OCCUR EVERY YEAR.
  • THE GOAL OF EVERY COMMUNITY • STRATEGIC/TACTICAL CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN THE GOALS OF SURVIVAL AND RESILIENCE, AND • GOALS RELATED TO ECONOMIC ENTERPRISE, ENERGY, EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENT, AND ECOLOGY
  • F A C E IS THE KEY• FRAMEWORK OF • CHANGES IN SCIENCE, THINKING! POLICY, AND • EDUCATION THAT TECHNOLOGY! BUILDS• ALIGNMENT OF CAPACITY FOR COMMUNITY AND INNOVATIVE REGIONAL POWERFUL RESOURCES! SURGES!
  • COLLECT GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE TO DESIGN REALISTIC EDUCATIONAL SURGES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION TRANSPORTATION TECHNIQUES SEED BED FORSUSTAINABLE SURGES ENVIRONMENTALDEVELOPMENT THAT MEET COMMUNITY PROTECTION NEEDS NATURAL & POLICY TECH. HAZARDS IMPLEMENTATION SUSTAINABLE ENTERPRISE
  • HOW TO FAIL GOALS: NO NO CAPACITY DISASTER FOR RESILIENCE DISASTER RESILIENCE NO SURGES TO BUILD CAPACITYFACT: NO COMMUNITY CAN BECOME DISASTER RESILIENT BY WORKING ALONE.
  • HOW TO SUCCEED STRATEGIC GOAL: WORKING TOGETHER TO INCREASECAPACITY IN EVERY COMMUNITY, NATION, AND REGION SOCIAL PHYSICAL SCIENCES SCIENCE ENGINEERING SCIENCES SUCCESS: INCREASE DISASTER RESILIENCE IN EVERY COMMUNITY
  • TOWARDS DISASTER RESILIENT COMMUNITIES Global Surges: Focus on Solutions For Reducing Disaster Risks ISLAND NATIONS FOCUS ON PRACTICALBUILD ON CULTURAL APPLICATIONS., (E.G., BUILD-DIVERSITY OF NATIONS ING CODES, EVACUATION)BUILD CAPACITY FOR DEVELOP BUSINESSEMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ENTERPRISE TO BREAK POVERTY CYCLE INCREASE RESILIENCE OFIMPROVE COMMUNICATIONS COMMUNITIES BY REDUCINGTO REDUCE ISOLATION VULMERABILITIESINCREASE AND IMPROVE IMPROVE PUBLIC EDUCATIONPARTNERSHIPS AND AWARENESS
  • TOWARDS DISASTER RESILIENT COMMUNITIES Global Surges: Focus on Solutions For Reducing Disaster Risks SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA EXPAND PUBLIC HEALTHINCREASE PUBLIC CAPABILITIE SAWARENESSREDUCE PHYSICAL, SOCIAL, IMPROVE CAPACITY FORAND ENTERPRISE PERFORMING LOSSVULNERABILITIES ESTIMATIONSACCELERATE EDUCATION ESTABLISH AN AFRICAN(WITH FOCUS ON RISK CENTER OF EXCELLENCE ONREDUCTION TECHNIQUES SUSTAINABILE DEVELOPMENTINCREASE CAPACITY TO ESTABLISH SUB-REGIONALMITIGATE DAMAGE/LOSS OF CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE ONECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS SUSTAINABILE DEVELOPMENT
  • TOWARDS DISASTER RESILIENT COMMUNITIES Global Surges: Focus on Solutions For Reducing Disaster risks CARIBBEAN BASIN NATIONSINCREASE PUBLIC IMPROVE PROFESSIONALAWARENESS OF SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONPHYSICAL RISKSINCREASE UNDERSTANDING IMPROVE ALL PHASES OFOF RISK REDUCTION EMERGENCY MANAGEMENTASSESS AND REDUCE CONTINUE BUILDING BASIN-VULNERABILITIES ON ISLAND- WIDE PARTNERSHIPSSPECIFIC SCALESASSESS AND REDUCEVULNERABILITIES ONCOMMUNITY SCALES
  • TOWARDS DISASTER RESILIENT COMMUNITIES Global Surges: Focus on Solutions For Reducing Disaster Risks EUROPE ADVANCE SCIENTIFIC ANDIMPROVE EARLY WARNING TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRAMSAND “SMART” RESPONSETOWARDS INTELIGENT FROM THOUGHTS TOEMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ACTIONS TO CHANGE POLICIES AND PRACTICESREDUCE VULNERABILITIES TO TOWARDS SUSTAINABLENATURAL, TECH., & ENV. SOCIETAL DEVELOPMENTHAZARDSINCREASE PROTECTION OF CREATE A FORUM ON DISAS-PEOPLE AND CULTURAL TER RESILIENCEHERITAGE
  • TOWARDS DISASTER RESILIENT COMMUNITIES Global Surges: Focus on Solutions For Reducing Disaster Risks MEDITERRANEAN REGION ADVANCE SCIENTIFIC ANDINCREASE PUBLIC TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRAMSAWARENESSIMPROVE EMERGENCY EMPOWER POLITICAL WILL TOMANAGEMENT IMPLEMENT AREGIONAL BUILDING CODEREDUCE VULNERABILITIES TO TOWARDS SUSTAINABLENATURAL AND URBAN DEVELOPMENTTECHNOLOGICAL HAZARDSINCREASE PROTECTION OF CONTINUE IMPROVINGPEOPLE AND CULTURAL PARTNERSHIPS FOR DISASTERHERITAGE RISK REDUCTION
  • TOWARDS DISASTER RESILIENT REGIONS Global Surges: Focus on Solutions For Reducing Disaster Risks ASIA FORMATION OF CENTERS OF EXCELLENCEIMPROVE PUBLIC AWARENESSIMPROVE EMERGENCY IMPROVE COMMUNICATIONMANAGEMENT SYSTEMSREDUCE URBAN IMPROVE MONITORING SYSTEMSWork onVULNERABILITIES SYSTEMS IMPROVE PREVENTION &IMPROVE DATA MANAGEMENT MITIGATION STRATEGIES
  • TOWARDS DISASTER RESILIENT COMMUNITIES Global Surges Focus on Solutions For Reducing Disaster Risks THE AMERICAS IMPROVE PUBLIC AWARENESSIMPROVE CAPABILITY TO AND EDUCATIONAVOID DISASTERS AS PARTOF LAND-USE PLANNINGIMPROVE CAPABILITY TO IMPROVE HAZARDMATCH STRUCTURAL DESIGN CHARACTERIZATION MODELSWITH HAZARD DEMAND AND MAPSIMPROVE EMERGENCY REDUCE URBANPREPAREDNESS, RESPONE, VULNERABILITIESAND RECOVERY IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTALIMPROVE DISASTER VULNERABILITY AND RISKSCENARIOS ASSESSMENTS
  • TOWARDS DISASTER RESILIENT COMMUNITIES Global Surges: Focus on Solutions For Reducing Disaster Risks THE AMERICAS (CONTINUED)IMPROVE MITIGATION AND IMPROVE DATA COLLECTIONPREPAREDNESS MODELS TO AND MANAGEMENTMANAGE RISKIMPROVE THE NEXT IMPROVE PROCESS FORGENERATION OF BUILDING SHARING KNOWLEDGE ANDCODES AND STANDARDS EMERGING TECHNOLOGIESIMPROVE UNDERSTANDING OF EXPAND MULTIPLE EFFORTS ININTERACTION OF HAZARD AND CAPACITY BUILDINGBUILT ENVIRONMENTS CLOSE “IMPLEMENTATIONINCREASED COLLECTION AND GAPS“SHARING OF KNOWLEDGE
  • TOWARDS DISASTER RESILIENT COMMUNITIES Global Surges: Focus on Success; FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION! INNOVATIVE IMPLEMENTATION IS THE KEY COORDINATED GOVERNMENTOUTREACH BY KNOWLEDGE POLICES, PRACTICES, ANDPRODUCING ORGANIZATIONS LEGISLATION IMPROVED TRANS-BORDERCOUNTER-DISASTER TRAINING LINKAGES BETWEENOF RESPONSIBLE PERSONS COUNTRIESPUBLIC AWARENESS TO GAIN IMPROVED LEVERAGING OFSUPPORT FOR A SUSTAINED EXISTING INTERNATIONALIMPLEMENTATION PROCESS AGREEMENTSCOORDINATED BUSINESS COMMUNICATION!POLICIES AND PRACTICES
  • SOME STARTING POINTS • POWERFUL EDUCATIONAL SURGES • DISASTER RESILIENT SCHOOLS • CAPACITY FOR DISASTER RESILIENCE
  • DISASTER RESILIENCE REQUIRES A “24/7” SURGE • PREPAREDNESS (BE READY FOR ANYTHING) • PROTECTION (ABLE TO WITHSTAND) • WARNED EARLY (OUT OF HARM’S WAY)
  • DISASTER RESILIENCE REQUIRES A “24/7” SURGE • PREPAREDNESS (BE READY FOR ANYTHING) • PROTECTION (ABLE TO WITHSTAND) • WARNED EARLY (OUT OF HARM’S WAY)
  • CONNECTIVITY WILL FACILITATE POWERFULGLOBAL EDUCATIONAL SURGES FOR COMMUNITY DISASTER RESILIENCE THE AMERICASCARIBBEAN ISLAND NATIONS BASIN CREATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF GLOBAL ED. EUROPE SURGES ASIA SUB-SAHARA MEDITERRANEAN AFRICA
  • POWERFUL GOAL: DISASTERED. SURGES RESILIENCEFUNCTIONALNETWORKING CHANNELS INFORMATION NETWORKING GLOBALLY CHANNELSORGANIZATIONNETWORKING CONNECTED CHANNELS COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDERS ACADEMIA Stratec Consulting
  • CRITERIA FOR MEASURINGCHANGE IN THE PURSUIT OF DISASTER RESILIENCEINNOVATIVE DESIGN IS THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS SUCCESS
  • IT IS ALWAYS APPROPRIATE TO USE ALL THE “ BOOKS OF KNOWLEDGE” WHEN DESIGNING DISASTER RESILIENCE
  • THERE IS ALWAYS NEW MATERIAL FROM THE LAST GLOBAL DISASTER FOR A NEW SURGE FLOODSCOMMUNITYVULNERABILITIES SEVERE WINDSTORMS EARTHQUAKES/TSUNAMISLACK OF TECHNICAL ANDPOLITICAL CAPACITY TOCOPE DROUGHTSFAILURE TO USE GLOBAL LANDSLIDESKNOWLEDGE ANDEXPERIENCE WILDFIRES VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS TECHNOLOGICAL HAZARDS GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE TERRORISM
  • DESIGN GOALS FOR THE PURSUIT OF DISASTER RESILIENCE AN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR DELIVERING KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION CONTINUOISLY OVER TIMETHE KNOWLEDGE BASE CAPACITY BUILDING CONTINUING EDUCATIONSeismic Characterization Updated Knowledge Bases Multi-Sector Partnerships After Each DisasterVulnerability Classifications Skill for Building and Using Updated Disaster Scenarios the Knowledge baseAlternative Practices Updated “Up –Close” and Implementation Skills “Distance” LearningCollect, Store and ProcessData Able to Access data fromCause & Effect Relationships Remote Sites Multi-Sector CooperationEvent-Action Capability Skill for Designing Menu Toolboxes for Disaster Driven Systems ReductionInterface with OtherInformation SourcesIncreased Knowledge, andUnderstanding
  • TURNING POINTS FOR CHANGE S EDUCATION PENETRATES SOCIETY FROM IGNORANCE TO ENLIGHTENMENTPRINCIPLES FORBUILDING A DISASTER FROM APATHY TORESILIENT EMPOWERMENTCOMMUNITY FROM BOUNDARIES TO SEAMLESS ENABLEMENT OF POLITICAL WILL
  • TACTICAL SUCCESS• Planning for “right now” after each notable global disaster happens.
  • LEVERAGING SUCCESS• Leverage the "Worlds Mutual Fund for Education," (i.e., the in- country resources already invested in education in the budget of every nation)
  • SUCCESS WITH THE DIFFICULT LOCATIONS• Intensified efforts in the “difficult locations” (i.e., Haiti, Sub-Saharan Africa; some Latin American, Asian, and Eastern European countries) to be successful faster.
  • SUCCESS IN ACCELERATING THE PROCESS• Accelerated transfer of ownership of knowledge and technology to government leaders, community profess- ionals, and business enterprises.
  • SUCCESS IN ENERGIZING APOWERFUL GLOBAL ED. SURGE• Enlist, equip, and link legions of professionals in every country for an endless continuum of “global Ed. Surges.”
  • THE ULTIMATE MEASURE: “ DID WE IMPROVE ON THE PAST?”
  • NOTABLE DISASTERS IN 2012 JAPAN’S 2011 TSUNAMI TRASHNEW KNOWLEDGE FORCOMMUNITY DISASTER EARTHQUAKES IN IRANRISK REDUCTION WILDFIRES IN COLORADOCATALYSTS 19 ATLANTICTS/HURRICANES (SUPERSTORM SANDY)FOR CHANGE FLOODS IN INDIA, AUSTRALIA, & PAKISTAN POWER OUTAGE IN INDIA 21 PACIFIC TS/TYPHOONS
  • NOTABLE DISASTERS IN 2011 FLOODS IN AUSTRALIANEW KNOWLEDGE FORCOMMUNITY DISASTER EARTHQUAKE/TSUNAMI INRISK REDUCTION JAPAN WILDFIRES IN ARIZONA AND TEXASCATALYSTS HURRICANE IRENE AND TROPIAL STORM LEEFOR CHANGE FLOODS ALONG THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER SUPER TORNADO OUTBREAK VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS
  • NOTABLE DISASTERS IN 2010 FLOODS IN PAKISTAN, CALIFORNIANEW KNOWLEDGE FORCOMMUNITY DISASTER EARTHQUAKES IN HAITI ANDRISK REDUCTION INDONESIA WILDFIRES IN RUSSIACATALYSTS 19 ATLANTIC TS AND /HURRICANES (TOMAS)FOR CHANGE OIL LEAK IN GULF OF MEXICO TSUNAMI INDONESIA VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS: ICELAND. INDONESIA
  • 2009’S DISASTER LABORATORIES CYCLONE HAMISHNEW KNOWLEDGE FORBECOMING DISASTER EARTHQUAKES: ITALY, CHINA,RESILIENCT INDONESIA, AM.SAMOA FLOODS: TAIWAN, ENGLAND,, USA, TURKEYCATALYSTS TROPICAL STORMS , HURRI- CANES, AND TYPHOONSFOR CHANGE WILDFIRES : AUSTRALIA, GREECE, AND CALIFORNIA ERUPTION OF VOLCANO MAYON TSUNAMI IN AMERICAN SAMOA
  • NOTABLE DISASTERS IN 2008 CYCLONE NARGISNEW KNOWLEDGE FORCOMMUNITY DISASTER WENCHUAN EARTHQUAKERESILIENCE FLOODING IN MIDWESTERN USACATALYSTS TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANESFOR CHANGE WILDFIRES IN CALIFORNIA ERUPTION OF VOLCANO CHAITEN GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE
  • 2007’s CONTRIBUTION TO DISASTER KNOWLEDGE GLOBAL FLOODS: CHINA, MEXICO, SENEW KNOWLEDGE FOR ASIA, USA, …MAKING COMMUNITIES EARTHQUAKES INDISASTER RESILIENT INDONESIA,PERU, JAPAN 14 TYPHOONS: MAN-YI, PABUK, SEPAT,,…NEW OPPOR- 17 ATLANTIC STORMS: DEAN, FELIX,WIPHA, …TUNITIES FORBUILDING CAPACITY WILDFIRES IN EUROPE AND CALIFORNIA DROUGHTS; HEAT WAVES IN EUROPE, USA GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE
  • 2006’s CONTRIBUTION TO DISASTER KNOWLEDGE THE YEAR OF EL NINO AND A BERMUDA HIGHNEW KNOWLEDGE FORMAKING COMMUNITIES 22 PACIFIC TYPHOONS:DISASTER RESILIENT BILIS, PRAPIROON, SAOMAI FLOODS: ELBE, DANUBE, USA, N KOREA, MALAYSIA, CHINANEW OPPOR- 9 ATLANTIC STORMS: HELENE, GORDON, …TUNITIES FORBUILDING CAPACITY 13 CYCLONES: GLENDA, LARRY, MONICA, … QUAKES: GUJARAT, INDIA,; HAWAII, KAMCHATKA, … WILDFIRES: AUSTRALIA, CALIFORNIA
  • 2005’s CONTRIBUTION TO DISASTER KNOWLEDGE 28 ATLANTIC TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANESNEW KNOWLEDGE FORMAKING COMMUNITIES HURRICANES KATRINA, RITA,DISASTER RESILIENT STAN, AND WILMA ERUPTION S: ILAMATEPEC IN El SALVADOR; MERAPINEW OPPOR- PAKISTAN EARTHQUAKETUNITIES FORBUILDING CAPACITY 13 TYPHOONS: HAITANG, LONGWANG, MATSA, … FLOODS: ROMANIA, AUSTRIA, GERMANY, GUJARAT, … PORTUGAL WILDFIRES
  • 2004’s CONTRIBUTION TO DISASTER KNOWLEDGE ATLANTIC STORMS: BONNIE, CHARLIE, IVAN, JEANNEW KNOWLEDGE FOR NEMAKING COMMUNITIES INDONESIA EARTHQUAKEDISASTER RESILIENT AUSTRALIAN REGION CYCLONES: MEENA, NANCYNEW OPPOR- TYPHOONS MEGI, CHABA, SONGDA,TOKAGE, WINNIETUNITIES FORBUILDING CAPACITY INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI FLOODS: INDIA, PAKISTAN, BANGLADESH, NEPAL NIIGATA EARTHQUAKE AND LANDSLIDES
  • 2003’s CONTRIBUTION TO DISASTER KNOWLEDGE 21 STORMS; HURRICANES FABIAN, ISABEL, AND JUANNEW KNOWLEDGE FORMAKING COMMUNITIES BAM, IRAN AND BOUR-DISASTER RESILIENT MEDES, ALGERIA QUAKES 15 PACIFIC TYPHOONS; SIX INDIAN OCEAN CYCLONESNEW OPPOR- SANTA FE ARGENTINA FLOODTUNITIES FORBUILDING CAPACITY OKANAGAN WILDFIRE: BRITISH COLOMBIA, CANADA EUROPEAN HEAT WAVE NORTH AMERICAN BLIZZARD