Climate change, extreme weather, (un)natural disasters, pandemics, cyber attacks, biodiversity loss, the 6th mass extinction, poisonous political trends, etc.
These pose a threat to human societies and the natural world. This is a podcast about disasters suffered or averted, with issues facing experts in climate change adaptation, emergency management, business continuity, disaster risk reduction, public safety, etc.
It's for any of you who're interested in protecting your communities, families, your livelihoods or businesses.
Tune in as we seek solutions to potential risks and also the domino or cascading effects when they overlap and slam into each other.
With host, Vin Nelsen . . .
Multi-Hazards . . . all about protecting communities.
Indigenous Activism & Climate Change Adaptation with Ghazali Ohorella
Who is fighting for indigenous rights, especially for climate change adaptation, at the United Nations? Among the many articulate and courageous indigenous rights advocates is Ghazali Ohorella who aims to inspire and empower 476 million indigenous people worldwide.
Study Guide here (left side where it says PDF): https://multi-hazards.libsyn.com/indigenous-activism-climate-change-adaptation-with-ghazali-ohorella
A Year of Multi-Hazards - Solo with Host Vin Nelsen
Yes, it's been one whole year of the Multi-Hazards podcast. We're 70 episodes in now and running strong! Here host Vin Nelsen answers: Where's Multi-Hazards at now? What kind of praise & criticism has there been? How has Multi-Hazards changed Vin? What's Multi-Hazards' method & future plans?
Join this episode of Multi-Hazards and be part of a movement to change the world!
Food Security Solutions - Conversation with Maddie Hague
Food rescue or food recovery is where folks safely retrieve edible food which otherwise goes to waste, and distributing it to those in need. Join us in this motivating and mind-expanding podcast with Maddie Hague, Program Manager of Food Stash in Vancouver, Canada!
Study Guide here, where it says PDF on the left under the audio file: https://multi-hazards.libsyn.com/food-security-solutions-conversation-with-maddie-hague
Cross-Cultural Leadership - Conversation with Diana Watson
Leading across cultures! In this episode, world-renowned cross-cultural guru Diana Watson, a long-term resident of Taiwan but originally from the USA, shares her life and expertise on how to adapt and learn a new culture, for business or travel.
Study Guide here: https://hwcdn.libsyn.com/p/6/c/8/6c869ae71ec57e44/STUDY_GUIDE_-_SEASON_4_EPISODE_8_Cross-Cultural_Leadership.pdf?c_id=103734911&cs_id=103734911&destination_id=2085620&expiration=1621612475&hwt=5cfae566d468589672c9fcd1b8b4818f
Racism & Conservatism in America & Beyond - Conversation with Dr. Robert C. Smith
Conservatism in the USA & beyond is racist by nature? Yes, argues Dr. Robert C. Smith, professor emeritus of political science at San Francisco State University who wrote the inspiring 2010 book Conservatism and Racism, and Why in America They Are the Same. It's not just what you say, but the end result of your actions that can constitute racism.
Study Guide here:
Disasters Mirror Society - Solo with Host Vin Nelsen
This episode is a reading and explanation of "Disasters Mirror Society", an article written by Multi-Hazards host Vin Nelsen, inspired by his recent podcast with Vincent B. Davis. Disaster Doc Mark Keim so graciously put the article on his website as a guest blog. Within the article are important lessons, because the next few years and decades will be all about "the vulnerable" in pre/during/post disaster work.