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Volume 16 Issue 3 

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Comment: Jennifer Hesterman calls for imaginative thinking in security and crisis planning, while Gianluca Pescaroli propounds the benefits of stress testing to help with compound and cascading events

Climate & weather: News IPCC report; how climate-related disasters reflect poor planning and decisions; public warning systems; Pacific Northwest heatwave; wildfires, drones and AI; heatwaves; and wildfires in Turkey and Cyprus

Societal resilience: Involving all of society in resilience; EPS views on UK resilience; stronger together; ecological uncertainties and refugees; and design-led exploration

Covid-19: Response in Walloon Brabant; co-location and multi-agency response; and impact in Brazil

Continuity & management: Improved awareness is not enough; leading through topsy-turvy times; and planning for cross-training

Terrorism & security: Trends in terrorist behaviour; counterterrorism medicine and planning; Manchester Arena Inquiry; addressing complacency; harnessing the power of technology; and mutual expectations in cyber insurance

Focus on Australia: A land of elemental challenges - Christine Jessup guest edits this feature that looks at fire and water and the challenges they present to 21st century crisis management

Plus: Civilian, police and military response in humanitarian assistance; and veterinary medicine disaster work in Belgian floods

Articles

Urgent need for modern public warning systems (148.9KB) 06/09/2021, Free to read: After this summer's floods in Europe, Benoit Vivier insists that it is essential to deploy, without delay, modern public warning systems with clear and well-defined protocols on how to use them
Fighting wildfires with drones and AI (227.2KB) 06/09/2021, Free to read: PIX4D describes how drones and photogrammetry help track and prevent the spread of wildfires, as well as the evacuation process and damage analysis for residents
How do we harness the power of local? (138.9KB) 06/09/2021, Bruce Mann starts the debate on building a 'resilient society' as part of the National Preparedness Commission's Independent Review of the UK's Civil Contingencies Act and its supporting civil protection arrangements
Resilience in the UK (182.4KB) 06/09/2021, Free to read: As the UK Government launches its call for evidence to contribute to the formation of a national resilience strategy, EPS Chair Jacqui Semple explores the most important aspects it will consider - and how resilience professionals can make sure their voices are heard in its formation
Stronger together: Improving disaster resilience (321.6KB) 06/09/2021, Free to read: Andrew Staniforth and David Fortune introduce Project CORE, a three-year long endeavour that aims to improve the societal response to disasters at the most local level
Leading through topsy-turvy times (305.1KB) 06/09/2021, Free to read: Eric McNulty challenges us to reconsider how we think about future crises, saying that the trio of tenets - trust, adaptive capacity and resilience - are key players as complex, novel incidents increase in scale and frequency
Gunshot incident through the lens of technology (128.3KB) 06/09/2021, Free to read: Adam Berry takes a novel and engaging approach to describing a fictitious shooting incident at a shopping mall, examining the integrated emergency response through a wide variety of deployed technology
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