Hazards and Climate Resiliency Consortium
Reducing the impact of disasters through the development of resilient communities is a top national priority. Resiliency refers to a community’s ability to proactively mitigate, prepare, respond, and recover from events such as natural (and man-made) hazards. Adapting to the long term effects of climate change is also critical for building community resiliency.
Who We Are
The Hazards and Climate Resiliency Consortium is a community of researchers and practitioners dedicated to improving society’s resiliency to natural hazards and the impacts of a changing climate. Our mission is to help researchers connect and collaborate across disciplines. We also strive to ensure applicability of our work by collaborating with community stakeholders in public health, emergency management, agriculture, K-12 education, and more.
Join the Consortium
Visit the How to Join page for more information about contributing to the consortium. We welcome submissions from university researchers (including students) and community practitioners alike. Members and their projects will be profiled on the site with supplied information.
In the News — BSU and Beyond
Sep 17 2018
Can We Build Useful Models of Future Risk from Natural Hazards? Geoprocesses, Geohazards—CSDMS 2018: A CSDMS hosted Workshop; Boulder, Colorado, 22–24 May 2018
Aerial view of the Limpopo River, Mozambique, from 2000. In March of that year, floodwaters
Sep 07 2018
We Can Work It Out: Avoiding Disasters The post EOS Article – We Can
Sep 05 2018
Symposium: Law, Planning and Wildfire in the Wildland-Urban Interface: The Future of Government and Governance of Disaster in the West
State Capitol Building, Lincoln Auditorium Boise, Idaho Oct. 19, 2018 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Jul 23 2018
Check out this article to learn more: https://theconversation.com/how-your-social-network-could-save-you-from-a-disaster-96450 The post How your social
Jul 13 2018
Registration is now open! See webpage for details. The Ninth Annual Northwest Climate Conference Working