CARR's Summer 2010 edition of Risk&Regulation has been published. The theme of this edition is 'disasters', with articles from both CARR and guest researchers exploring issues such as:
Societal preparedness for natural catastrophes;
Public engagement in potentially risky technologies;
The difficult role of experts in disaster forecasting systems;
The role of human factors in precipitating financial and other organizational disasters;
The usefulness of voluntary agreements in managing environmental risk.
A PDF of the latest issue of Risk&Regulation is available for download here.
Contact: Anna Phillips, CARR, on 020 7849 4635 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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