Full program description
MGT-491-S: Climate Change Risks for Underserved Populations
Courtesy of the Oregon Department of Emergency Management and the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University.
- Date: March 13th, 2024
- Time: 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PT)
- Location: Oregon Department of Emergency Management, 3930 Fairview Industrial Dr SE, Salem, OR 97302
How to obtain a certificate:
- Sign up for the course on this page.
- Take the pre-test.
- Attend the training on March 13th. Please bring an electronic device (phone, tablet, or laptop)
- Take the post-test and evaluation.
Please note that this course is in the pilot phase. This means you will not receive a certificate for this course until it is fully approved. This process may take some months. We appreciate your patience, and we look forward to seeing you soon!
This four-hour seminar will provide emergency managers with important information regarding climate change and the effect it could have on underserved populations after major disasters. The seminar will focus on equity in emergency planning and ensuring that underserved populations are included in the planning process.
The seminar is for emergency managers, along with stakeholders involved in emergency preparedness, climate, and equity. It is designed to include state, local,
tribal, and territorial (SLTT) emergency management and first responder communities to ensure attendees have access to key resources and planning tools on climate change and equity issues.
- Describe how emergency managers can achieve equitable outcomes for those they serve.
- Collaborate on how to develop and revise planning materials that incorporate climate change risks and the needs of underserved populations.
Hosted by Elijah Davis from the Oregon Department of Emergency Management.
This project is supported by Cooperative Agreements EMW-2020-CA-00064, EMW-2021-CA-00092, EMW-2021-CA-00093, EMW-2022-CA-00037, and EMW-2023-GG019446 administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Points of view or opinions expressed in this document are those of the author and do not represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.