Catastrophe planning research highlighted

Macquarie University’s Lighthouse publication recently showcased research being undertaken by Risk Frontiers’ Andrew Gissing on planning and capability requirements for catastrophic events. This research, undertaken through the Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre, is investigating better practice approaches to planning and preparedness for extreme events that may overwhelm existing response frameworks. You can read the story highlighting the research in the context of the recent Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami here:
https://lighthouse.mq.edu.au/article/october/sulawesis-earthquake-and-tsunami-provide-key-insights-into-catastrophe-response