Asia's flood, hydrology and disaster management show
InterFLOOD Asia 2018, supported by the World Bank and the GFDRR (Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery), will tackle the escalating problem of flooding in Asia head on.
The event is about mitigating and managing the potentially catastrophic impacts of extreme weather and climate change on vital infrastructure, including water, energy, communications, agriculture and transport, as well as vital social infrastructure such as health and education.
Co-located with the highly successful InterMET Asia meteorological event - now in its 5th year - the show will feature a trade exhibition, plus a high quality international conference, and a number of free to attend workshops.
It is aimed at those public, commercial and financial organisations with responsibility for designing, planning, funding and constructing resilient and adaptable urban infrastructure and related early warning and management systems, as well as supplies of flood mitigation and disaster management products.
To learn more, or to discuss stand or sponsorship bookings, please contact us, or complete the enquiry form.
Asia and the Pacific is the most disaster prone region in the world. A person living in the region is almost twice as likely to be affected by a disaster as a person living in Africa, and 30 times more likely than a person living in North America or Europe. In 2013 alone, natural disasters affected more than 57 million people and caused US $128 billion in damages.
(source: UN ESCAP)