About the Workshop

Since 1975, the Natural Hazards Center has hosted the Annual Natural Hazards Research and Applications Workshop. Today the Workshop brings together federal, state, and local mitigation and emergency management officials and planning professionals; representatives of nonprofit, private sector, and humanitarian organizations; hazards and disaster researchers; and others dedicated to alleviating the impacts of disasters. Please join us virtually in 2022, as we focus on the theme of Changing Climates: Equity and Adaptation in a Warming World.

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Please read the following guidelines before choosing group registration:

1. Group registrants will be given a single unique login and password to be used for viewing sessions and session recordings on a single device.

2. There are no limitations on the number of people who can watch together using the group registration.

3. Some features, such as comments, poster sessions, and trainings, will be difficult for group members to use effectively. If your group would like to interact using single-user features, however, we suggest determining one person to serve as the commenter for the group.

4. Continuing education credits may be impacted by group viewing. Please contact Katie Murphy at hazards.workshop@colorado.edu for more information.

Add Ons

Please note that these events overlap, but will be recorded. Register for both events if you would like access to recordings or if you would like to alternate between the two live meetings.

There will be a $50 cancellation fee for processing refunds at any time.

All sessions at the 2022 Natural Hazards Workshop will be video recorded. Recordings and other Workshop-related media may be shared via our website, newsletter, social media outlets, or in other materials created by the Natural Hazards Center. Your attendance at the event implies your consent to be recorded for these purposes. Concerns about published images and video can be addressed to Jennifer Tobin at hazards.workshop@colorado.edu.

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