Co-Founder, CTO - Fandom Marketing; Founder, CEO - Web Wizards WordPress Services
Rob, aka “DowntownRob”, is a technology and marketing pro who knows his stuff when it comes to social web site integration, WordPress, and throwing awesome social media powered events. ... Read more about Rob Marlbrough
Nicola leads implementation of The San Diego Foundation’s Climate Initiative, working with donors, nonprofits, and business and government partners to help spur action to reduce regional greenhouse gas emissions and deepen community awareness about the local impacts of climate change. Before joining The Foundation, Nicola was a field office manager with a multi-year World Bank research project in rural Malawi, exploring connections between education, income, and health outcomes. ... Read more about Nicola Hedge
The San Diego Regional Data Library helps civic and social organizations get the data they need to tell their stories to the public, policymakers and their funders. We acquire data, clean and publish it, and run public data analysis projects to teach citizens how to use data to better understand their communities. ... Read more about Eric Busboom
Joe focuses on land use and public policy for private clients, public agencies, and neighborhoods. He draws from over 30 years of experience as a civil engineer, development manager, community advocate, and public policy practitioner. He started his career designing public infrastructure in the City of San Diego and at military facilities throughout the southwest. As a land development consultant he has provided creative problem-solving on complex land development projects in California, the western United States and internationally in Canada, China and Papua New Guinea. ... Read more about Joe LaCava
Jacques Chirazi, certified Biomimicry Professional has managed the California City of San Diego's Clean Technology Program since 2007. His focus is to create economic growth while fostering sustainability. One emerging initiative is to bridge cleantech with biomimicry. He develops and supports a clean technology cluster in San Diego. As a critical thinker, analyzing complex program and policies, he leverages his strong communication skills while collaborating across a diverse range of private, public and non-profit sector groups. ... Read more about Jacques Chirazi
Carl is a communications and government affairs professional known for his ability to provide critical insight and strategic problem solving to both old and new issues. He regularly brings clients innovative ideas and fresh ways to look at their issues. ... Read more about Carl Nettleton
BANGKOK, Jun 26 2014 (IPS) - The Bangkok Declaration on Disaster Risk Reduction in Asia and the Pacific adopted at the close of the 6th Asian Ministerial Conference On Disaster Risk Reduction (AMCDRR) here today emphasised community-based solutions, and reflects a growing global desire to focus more on grassroots actions in the face of catastrophic climate change. ... Read more about Community Resilience Tops U.N.’s Disaster Relief Agenda
DAKAR, 16 August 2013 (IRIN) - Mobile phone, geographic information systems (GIS), Twitter and other technologies are increasingly being used to warn communities of potential crises and inform them how to prepare, and to help governments and aid agencies predict how emergencies may unfold.
IRIN looks at some of the ways these innovations are transforming early warning and preparedness.
Through which measures can cost benefits be gained? In that example benefits are gained through three different actions. First through the implementation of a risk management, second through a risk transfer to insurance companies and third to rehabilitation and compensatory component. ... Read more about Implementation of mitigation measures