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Observing Cyclones in South Asia: Future of the Past

24 years since the devastating Odisha cyclone occurred, HOISA gathers to observe what we have learnt from some of the most catastrophic cyclones such as Nargis, Odisha or Kandla. How should we adapt and build resilience to these events? And what is the future of these occurrences?

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Observing Cyclones in South Asia: Future of the Past
Observing Cyclones in South Asia: Future of the Past

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31 Oct 2023, 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm IST

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24 years since the devastating Odisha cyclone occurred, HOISA gathers to observe what we have learnt from some of the most catastrophic cyclones such as Nargis, Odisha or Kandla. How should we adapt and build resilience to these events? And what is the future of these occurrences?

This panel with expert researchers and practitioners will energetically explore the impact of marine heatwaves on cyclones, their intensifying nature in the past decade, and challenges that lie ahead of us. 

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Prabodh Chakrabarti

Swami Vivekananda, Environment and Disaster Management India

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Mihir Bhatt

Director
All-India Disaster Mitigation Institute

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Pradnya Paithankar

Head- Climate Change, Resilient Food Systems and DRR, WFP

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St. John Stanley

Aga Khan Agency for Habitat

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Achyut Luitel

Development Enthusiast Three decades of experience of rural infrastructure and livelihood programmes

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Barkat Ullah Maruf

Director- Partnership & Development Communication COAST Foundation

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