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    • Spyros Schismenos
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    • Role or Position: PhD Fellow / Member of Humanitarian And Development Research Initiative (HADRI)
      Institution: Western Sydney University
      Email: s.schismenos@westernsydney.edu.au
      Brief biography (100 words or less): Spyros Schismenos is currently a PhD Fellow in Humanitarian and Development Studies at the School of Social Sciences, Western Sydney University (Australia). He has worked as a research assistant at the Research Center for Soil & Water Resources and Natural Disaster Prevention, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology (Taiwan), and the UNESCO Chair for the Conservation and Ecotourism of Riparian & Deltaic Ecosystems, International Hellenic University (Greece). He is a Member of the Youth International Soil Governance Commission of the UN FAO. His work is featured on PreventionWeb (UNDRR).
      Areas of Research: Humanitarian Engineering, Prototype Development, Disaster Management, Climate Change, Renewable Energy, Community Engagement, Sustainable Development, Social and Environmental Justice
      Key Words: humanitarian engineering, flood management, fire management, CBRNE threats, hydropower, solar power, systems thinking, community engagement, environmental sustainability, occupational health and safety
      City or State: NSW

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