In this talk, Emiliano Rodriguez Nuesch will present tips and tools to navigate the waves of risk. Topics will include four lenses:
● The Innovation Lenses Tools like systems-thinking to map inter-relations between risk and hazards and define where to make interventions.
● The Risk Perception Lenses Understanding how people and different cultures perceive multi-hazard risk. (Example from Easter Island and Polynesia)
● The Science of Emotions Lenses What are the emotions that we need to tap into to communicate multi-hazard risk so that people engage in a positive and sustainable way? (Example from uses of music and storytelling)
● The Behavioral Lenses What are the nudges and interventions we can make to reduce risk and help communities better prepare? (Examples from New Zealand).
Emiliano Rodriguez Nuesch
Risk communications and behavioral science specialist.
Director of Pacifico Risk Communications, with projects deployed in more than 50 countries, using non conventional tools to tackle risk posed by natural hazards.
Creative Director of the Disaster Fighters campaign.
Producer of the Tsunami Ladies documentary series, a Sendai Framework commitment.
His work on risk communications with Greenpeace was awarded a Gold Lion at Cannes Festival of Creativity.
His work was presented at UNDRR, Harvard, MIT, US Geological Survey, Natural History Museum in Los Angeles and SXSW in Austin.
Bachelor in Science in Multimedia Computing. University of West London.
Masters of Behavioral Science candidate at the London School of Economics.