Extreme Weather

standard Southern England: the potential for movement in deep-seated landslides

Extreme rainfall in southern England Southern England is currently undergoing an extraordinary period of exceptional rainfall, especially in the south, which is causing floods on an unprecedented scale.  This rainfall, which is likely to be a consequence of climate change, […]

standard Ensuring resilience in care services for older people

A new policy and practice note that disseminates findings from the BIOPICCC project was published by the Living with Environmental Change (LWEC) research partnership and is now available online. The brief authored by Executive Director of IHRR Professor Sarah Curtis, […]

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standard Appeal for aid to help survivors of Typhoon Haiyan

Prof Sarah Curtis and Prof Lena Dominelli are calling for immediate global support to help survivors of the typhoon disaster in the Philippines. Typhoon Haiyan has caused severe devastation in the Philippines leaving an unknown number of people dead. While […]

standard IHRR Seminar – Mobile Data, Environmental Extremes and Population Movement

4th October 2013, 14:00 to 15:00, Seminar Room 010, Dept of Geography, Dr Md. Nadiruzzaman, United Nations University (MRF-UNU) Project Population movements following an environmental stress can be a huge development challenge if we do not know where people are […]