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Cluster 3: Disaster-Resilient Society 2021 (HORIZON-CL3-2021-DRS-01), 5 calls open
The world and our societies are facing growing risks from anthropogenic and natural hazards, which call for enhanced capacities in risk and resilience management and governance[[Overview of natural and man-made disaster risks the European Union may face, SWD(2020) 330.]], including instruments for better prevention and preparedness, technologies for first and second responders[[A "second responder" is a worker who supports "first responders" such as police, fire, and emergency medical personnel. They are involved in preparing, managing, returning services, and cleaning up sites during and after an event requiring first responders, including crime scenes and areas damaged by fire, storm, wind, floods, earthquakes, or other natural disasters. These types of services may include utility services (shutdown or reinstatement of electrical, gas, sewage, and/or water services), wireless or wireline communication services, specialty construction (i.e. shelter construction), hazardous waste clean-up, road clearing, crowd control, emergency services (i.e. Red Cross), first aid, food services, security services, social services (i.e., trauma counsellors), and sanitation.]], and where relevant for citizens, and overall societal resilience. The increasing severity and frequency of extreme weather events (e.g. floods, heat and cold waves, storms) and associated events (e.g. forest fires) resulting from climate change compounded vulnerabilities and exposure require a specific research focus while geological hazards (e.g. earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions) and slow-onset trends (e.g. sea-level rise, glacier melt, droughts) also deserve a continuous attention. Anthropogenic threats also demand strengthened crisis management capacities, as shown by recent industrial accidents and terrorist attacks associated with chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive materials (CBRN-E). Finally, the COVID-19 crisis has demonstrated how societies have become more exposed and vulnerable to pandemic risks and has shown that existing global inequalities often exacerbate both the exposure and vulnerability of communities, infrastructures and economies.

Under this destination the EU has published five calls for proposals that are open for admission:

1. Improved understanding of risk exposure and its public awareness in areas exposed to multi-hazards (HORIZON-CL3-2021-DRS-01-01)
2. Integrated Disaster Risk Reduction for extreme climate events: from early warning systems to long term adaptation and resilience building (HORIZON-CL3-2021-DRS-01-02)
3. Enhanced assessment of disaster risks, adaptive capabilities and scenario building based on available historical data and projections (HORIZON-CL3-2021-DRS-01-03)
4. Developing a prioritisation mechanism for research programming in standardisation related to natural hazards and/or CBRN-E sectors (HORIZON-CL3-2021-DRS-01-04)
5. Fast deployed mobile laboratories to enhance situational awareness for pandemics and emerging infectious diseases (HORIZON-CL3-2021-DRS-01-05)

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