Improving the input of earthquake science and engineering information into decision-making: Results of a Workshop
Introduction A three-hour workshop on earthquake science-to-practice was held on 26 April 2017. The objective was to provide a forum to discuss the contribution of earthquake science and engineering to decision-making. Approximately 40 people attended, from disciplines that included earthquake science, structural engineering, engineering geology, social science, and economics, and relevant sectors such as emergency management, policy (at local, regional and central government levels), consultancies, and insurance. At the workshop, participants could learn about the complexities of the science-policy environment, discuss barriers and opportunities for input, and make suggestions for future activities.
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