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Volume 16  Issue 2 

Cover v2 COL-2Live now!

Comment: Lyndon Bird investigates whether working from home is a useful stop gap or a permanent way forward

Analysis: A look at security and a resistance mindset; and ensuring public safety during Iceland's Reykjanes volcanic eruption

Climate: What is natures worth? Calls for governance, discussions about solar radiation modification; nature-based solutions; and improving preparedness

Covid-19: India's second wave; and safe corridors in tourism

Risk resilience and leadership: Cross-training; C-suites and crises; relationships with risk; reputation; and crisis management

Security & cyber: Security culture; malicious actors also building back better; rise of religious hatred; evolving definition of critical infrastructure; cybersecurity and critical infrastructure; and adversary behaviour in crowded spaces

Human-centred thinking: Language and communication; natural first responders; design to the rescue; grief and trauma; and healthcare workers and Covid

Plus: Drones & SAR; Iran USAR; 5G; NextGen112 & Claire Sanders talks to Lord Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal

Articles

C-suites and crises (363.2KB) 17/06/2021, Free to read: C-suite executives can be a help or a hindrance, says Eric McNulty, who provides steps that can be taken to ensure they are an asset
Rise of religious hatred (222.1KB) 17/06/2021
Free to read: Using the right words (242.8KB) 17/06/2021, Jeannie Barr from the EPS explains the significance of effective communication during emergencies
Free to read: Making SAR effective (253.4KB) 17/06/2021



 
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