14 December, 2017 | (01 hr)
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The way that governments, businesses, multilateral agencies, and foundations approach disaster recovery and risk reduction is inadequate and misaligned, given the magnitude of the crisis that climate change presents.
Register for this webcast to learn from experts on the front lines of disaster regeneration how disasters are intensifying due to climate change and how corporate philanthropy should respond.
- Addressing vulnerability to disasters
- Making your communities of operation more resilient
- Relying on the wisdom of your employees in local communities
Jeff Hoffman has a distinguished history working with corporations, non-profits, civic and government agencies on strategic direction and innovative programs.He leads Jeff Hoffman & Associates, a global corporate citizenship, philanthropy and civic engagement firm that enables businesses, org...Full Bio
Andrea Debbane is Executive Director of the Airbus Foundation. The foundation includes the three key divisions of the group as founding members: Airbus commercial aviation, helicopters and defense and space. The foundation operates internationally, supporting in particular, the humanitarian commu...Full Bio
As Chief Program Officer at GlobalGiving, Britt oversees relationships with over 2,000 nonprofits, including managing all of GlobalGiving's impact measurement, capacity building work, and disaster relief grantmaking. Prior to her role at GlobalGiving, Britt worked at the Bill and Melinda Gates Fo...Full Bio
Alex Parkinson is a senior researcher and associate director of the Society for New Communications Research of The Conference Board (SNCR). He specializes in corporate philanthropy and communications and marketing, and is the executive editor of Framing Social Impact Measurement and...Full Bio