Professor Dale Dominey-Howes
School of Geosciences
Dale Dominey-Howes is an expert in natural hazards, risk assessment & management, disaster risk reduction, policy & practice. He works at the interface between natural and human systems and considers disasters in terms of coupled human-environment processes. He has, and continues, to work on a variety of hazard types, disaster events and projects across the globe. Dale has undertaken work for organisations including the United Nations, The World Bank, insurance and reinsurance companies, State and Federal government departments and risk/disaster management agencies. Dale is an ongoing advisor to State and Federal disaster and emergency service organisations’ and is Chairman of the United Nations UNESCO-IOC Post-disaster Policy and Protocols Working Group.