Risk management


Lightning rods, earthquakes, and regional identities: towards a multi-scale framework of assessing fracking risk perception   Recently updated !

DREAM CDT PhD student Jamie Pollard from the University of Cambridge published a paper entitled ‘Lightning rods, earthquakes, and regional identities: towards a multi-scale framework of assessing fracking risk perception’ in Risk Analysis. Pollard, J. A. and Rose, D. C. (2018) ‘Lightning rods, earthquakes, and regional identities: towards a multi-scale […]


Understanding changing flood risk, perceptions and responses with shifting Flood Risk Management in the UK and Netherlands

DREAM CDT PhD student Lucinda Capewell, at the University of Birmingham, presented a paper entitled ‘Understanding changing flood risk, perceptions and responses with shifting Flood Risk Management in the UK and Netherlands’ at the University of Birmingham School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences Doctoral Research Conference, Birmingham. Capewell, L., […]


Micro-internship in Lloyds of London – innovations in the use of data and analytics for risk evaluations in the insurance industry

Following a successful pitch to Lloyds of London, DREAM CDT student Al Rumson was awarded a micro-internship working with the Lloyds head of data innovation, Craig Civil. A 3-month secondment with Lloyd’s of London was then undertaken, involving research into innovations in the use of data and analytics for risk […]