The KULTURISK project developed a comprehensive assessment methodology of the tangible and intangible values (e.g. cultural heritage) involved in risk evaluation, proposing three key innovations: to include social capacities of reducing risk, to go beyond the estimation of direct tangible costs, and to provide an operational solution to assess risks, impacts and benefits of risk reduction measures (presented by: Pierpaolo Campostrini at the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction, Geneva, Switzerland, May 2013)
Evaluating the benefits of risk prevention
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KULTURisk: Knowledge-based approach to develop a cULTUre of Risk prevention
The KULTURisk project aims at developing a culture of risk prevention by means of a comprehensive demonstration of the benefits of prevention measures.
Artistic version by Domenico Di Baldassarre