Tag: floods

Episode 97: Syed Wajid on the Floods in Pakistan

In this episode, Dominic Bowen speaks with Syed Wajid, a humanitarian with more than 30 years experience with emergency and humanitarian response activities, supporting people affected by natural and man-made disasters in Pakistan. Pakistan is a country rich in cultural and political history, and also humanitarian crises Pakistan has a history of facing a variety […]

Episode 92: Danish Ali Bhutto on the Pakistan Floods

In this episode, Dominic speaks to Danish Ali Bhutto, speech writer for the Pakistani parliament, writing in an effort to make all voices heard, on the risks associated with the natural disasters happening as a result of the Pakistan floods. Danish has vast experience in fighting for equality in various volunteering positions focusing on women […]

Episode 37: with Jeff Da Costa discussing recent floods in Europe and climate change adaptation risks

Today’s guest is Jeff Da Costa.  He is a PhD researcher in Hydrometeorology at the University of Reading in the UK and a PhD Fellow at RSS-Hydro in Luxembourg.   Jeff’s research focuses on investigating the validity of linear solutions to complex risks.  Today, Dominic and Jeff discuss the recent flooding in Europe that killed nearly 200 […]