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Resilience Conference 2012

  1. 1. 2012 RESPOND THURSDAYRESILIENCE Recover JUNE 7, 2012 8 am - 4:30 pmCONFERENCE AIA/CES LU MEMBERS: REBUILD component of this program REBUILD SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM, ROOM 205 qualifies for 1 AIA/CES HSW. UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA “You must attend the wholeAre we prepared program for credit.” ••••••••••••••••••••for catastrophic APA Hawaii & AICP MEMBERS SUBMITTED FOR Registration Required SPACE LIMITEDevents? AICP CM credit ndptc.hawaii.edu/resilience_conferencePANEL DISCUSSIONS • KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS • HOSTED LUNCH • COMMUNIT Y FEEDBACKWe face the possibility of natural disasters, terrorism, and technological failures and “cascading” events such as the earthquake/tsunami/nucleardisaster in Japan. This conference brings together speakers, practitioners, and scholars experienced in responding to, recovering from, and rebuildingcommunities that have experienced disaster. Catastrophic events require multi-disciplinary, engaged “whole community” efforts. Co-sponsored bygovernment, military, scientific, academic, and non-governmental training and research organizations, we invite you to join us for a day of “thinkingthe unthinkable” and planning for resilience. Each panel will have keynote presentations and responses from our local community. Opening and Welcome: Karl Kim, Executive Director, National Disaster Preparedness Training Center Col. Philip Mead, U. S. Army, Director (Interim), Center for Excellence in Disaster Management & Humanitarian Assistance Dan “Fig” Leaf, Lt . Gen. (Ret) USAF, Director, Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies Doug Mayne, CEM, Vice Director of State Civil Defense, State of Hawaii Department of Defense response to terroristic events: Public/private partnerships: Oklahoma, 9-11 and London subway a roadmap to small business recovery bombings Wendy Freitag Dr. Van Romero External Affairs Manager for the Washington State Vice President, Research and Economic Military Department’s Emergency Management Div. Development at New Mexico Tech. Lessons on Recovery from the green book intErstate 35W Mississippi River Bridge and the next generation green book collapse 2007 Jim Schwab Rocco Forté Senior Research Associate and Manager Retired Fire Chief/Director of Emergency APA Hazards Planning Research Center Preparedness, City of Minneapolis Detection and Warning of Hazards in perspectives on rebuilding after the Asia-Pacific Region catastrophic losses Chris Chiesa Ibrahim Almufti, SE, LEED, AP Deputy Executive Director and Chief Information Structural earthquake and structural engineer for Arup Officer at the Pacific Disaster Center (PDC) and leads the Seismic Skills Network for Arup America CO SPONSORS: Pacific Risk Management ‘Ohana (PRiMO) • Hawaii State Civil Defense • Center for Excellence In Disaster Management & Humanitarian Assistance Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies • PICHTR • University of Hawaii Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance Program Summer Institute National Disaster Preparedness Training Center at the University of Hawaii • UH - PACOM Partnership
  2. 2. Registration Required SPACE LIMITED ndptc.hawaii.edu/resilience_conference RESPONSE PANEL: EFFECTIVE RESPONSE HASTENS RELIEF AND RECOVERYPANEL DISCUSSIONS & PANELISTS Panelists: David Fukutomi, Emergency Management Homeland Security Consultant, Homeland Security Institute Tom Peterman - Associate Professor, Peacekeeping, Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) Brian Wauke - Assistant Chief (Ret), Honolulu Police Department Dr. Laura Kong, Director , International Tsunami Information Center Brad Morell, Senior Associate, BOOZ/ALLEN/HAMILTON In this session, we cover early detection and warning systems with a focus on the threats and hazards in the Asia-Pacific region and highlight some of the lessons learned from recent acts of terrorism and infrastructure failure. International, national and local perspectives on response will demonstrate how coordination, communications, operability across different disciplines and units of government can make all the difference in saving lives, reducing injuries, and minimizing losses and disruption. RECOVERY PANEL: BOUNCING FORWARD INSTEAD OF BACK MODERATOR: Andrew Rumbach, PhD, Assist. Professor, UHM Department of Urban and Regional Planning Panelists: George Atta, Principal, Group 70 International, Inc. James Spencer, PhD, Associate Professor, UHM Department of Urban and Regional Planning Doug Mayne, CEM, Vice Director of State Civil Defense, State of Hawaii Department of Defense Makena Coffman, PhD, Assist. Professor, UHM Department of Urban and Regional Planning What are the lessons on recovery from many communities across the country which have experienced floods, hurricanes, tornados, and other disasters? What are measures of success? How do economists and those involved in planning for recovery address these concerns? REBUILD PANEL: REBUILDING FOR A MORE RESILIENT FUTURE MODERATOR: Dean Sakamoto, FAIA, LEED AP, Deputy Director, National Disaster Preparedness Training Center Panelists: Gary Chock, President, Martin & Chock Dennis Hwang, Faculty, UH Sea Grant John P. Whalen, Founding Principal, Plan Pacific, Inc. How do architects, engineers, planners and others involved in the rebuilding of communities best approach the planning, design, development, permitting, construction, financing, and moving forward in the wake of disaster? How do cities which face known hazards prepare for the inevitable? What is the role of insurance, government regulation, resilient design, and planning for rebuilding? CLOSING PANEL Panelists: Senator Ronald D. Kouchi, Majority Caucus Leader and Vice Chair of the Committee on Tourism H. Mitchell ‘Mitch” D’Olier, President and CEO Harold K. L. Castle Foundation Maria Lutz, Director of Emergency Services, American Red Cross Hawaii State Chapter Reactions from community leaders in terms of what was said (and what should have been mentioned) and where to go from here. We’ll provide lunch, coffee and snacks. This event is about identifying strategic needs and gaps related to disaster resilience and initiating further commitments to work together on building resilience. CO SPONSORS: Pacific Risk Management ‘Ohana (PRiMO) • Hawaii State Civil Defense • Center for Excellence In Disaster Management & Humanitarian Assistance Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies • PICHTR • University of Hawaii Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance Program Summer Institute National Disaster Preparedness Training Center at the University of Hawaii • UH - PACOM Partnership

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