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Speakers
  • Laurence Tubiana Contact Assistante Arian.Nooren@europeanclimate.org  …
  • François Gemenne François Gemenne est spécialiste des questions de géopolitique de l’environnement et enseigne ces matières à Sciences Po Paris et  …
  • Reiko Hasegawa Reiko Hasegawa a été chargée d'études pour le projet DEVAST (2011-2013) à l'Institut du développement durable et des  …
  • Elisa Vecchione Titulaire d’un doctorat en Institutions, Économie et Droit (IEL Programme, Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin  …
  • Michel Colombier Michel Colombier est le co-fondateur et directeur scientifique de l'Institut du développement durable et des relations internationales ; il  …
  • Alexandre Magnan Alexandre Magnan est spécialiste des questions de vulnérabilité et d’adaptation aux changements environnementaux, notamment dans le contexte du  …
  • Claude Henry Physicien devenu économiste, Claude Henry a travaillé à l'École Polytechnique pendant plus de trente ans, comme professeur  …

Risk After Fukushima

From 17th of September 2012 to 18th of September 2012, Paris

CERI-Sciences Po - 56, rue Jacob, 75006 Paris


An international conference organised by IDDRI in the framework of the DEVAST and Sustainable RIO projects, dealing with the chain of impacts of the Fukushima disaster, in terms of population displacements and risk governance.

The conference will be held in English.

Presentation:

"The triple disaster that hit Japan on 11 March 2011 has had a profound and transformative effect on the Japanese society, and its chain of impacts goes beyond its national borders. This conference aims first to address the social and political consequences of the disaster, with a special focus on the evacuation of the population and the challenges related to post-disaster management, as more than 350,000 people remain displaced. The focus will then be geared toward the evolution of risk perceptions, as to how the myth of absolute safety as well as the notion of a safe and secure society in Japan have been shattered in the aftermath of the disaster. Finally, the conference will seek to look beyond the disaster: how do democracies deal with extreme risks, and how are collective preferences toward risk translated into the decision-making process?"

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