* This webinar is Session E in the CIP Society Virtual Symposium BC webinar series. See the Full Event registration page if you would like to register for all 5 webinars with a Full Event rate.
Wildfire is an essential process in forest ecosystems but can be incredibly destructive in the wildland-urban interface. Successful adaptation must include individuals and communities learning how to coexist with wildfire. Land-use change, fire exclusions and global warming have made many forests highly susceptible to intense, volatile fires that are difficult to control, and thus spread quickly. What actions should citizens take to improve societal resilience to climate change and coexist with wildfire?
Dr. Lori Daniels, Professor – University of British Columbia
1 CE credit per webinar. 5 CE credits for attendance at all 5 webinars.
Include GST. Insurance Institute membership required.
$59 / webinar CIP Society Member
$69 / webinar Insurance Institute Member
Full Event – 5 Webinars
$200 CIP Society Member
$230 Insurance Institute Member
$1000 Corporate Group Rate (max 10 attendees/group)
Registration Deadline: April 10, 2020
WEBINARS IN VIRTUAL SYMPOSIUM BC SERIES
Times in PST | 75 minute webinars | 30/45 minute break between same-day sessions | 1 CE credit/webinar
To register for another individual webinar, click on the webinar link for details.
Day 1 – Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Session A 1:00 – 2:15 pm Navigating a Difficult Market to Success
Session B 3:00 – 4:15 pm Cyber Claims & Privacy: The Epidemic of Connectivity in Canada
Day 2 – Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Session C 12:00 – 1:15 pm Business Continuity Planning: An Essential Tool in Disaster Risk Management
Session D 1:45 – 3:00 pm Climate Change: Municipal Legal Risks & Risk Management
Session E 3:30 – 4:45 pm Megafires: Adapting Urgently to Build Resilience
Winnie Hon, CIP, Seminars & Events Specialist
Insurance Institute of BC
T: 604.681.5491 x21