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  • rsvped for Centro Webinar Disasters in PR 2020-09-24 15:10:03 -0400

    Disasters in Puerto Rico and the impact on the diaspora

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    SEGMENTS
    Dr. Edwin Melendez


    Jennifer Hinojosa


    Dr. Carlos Vargas Ramos

    Dr. Fernando I. Rivera


    Sandra D. Rodriguez Cotto

    Webinar to assess the impact of disasters in Puerto Rico and stateside Puerto Rican communities three years after Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated the island. The forthcoming publication "Enduring Disasters: Puerto Rico, Three Years After Hurricane María" will be discussed.

    Presenters

    Carlos Vargas Ramos, Ph.D. Click here for bio
    Director of Public Policy, Centro

    Presenting: Anticipated Vulnerabilities: Displacement and Migration in the Age of Climate Change
    In 2017, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs unveiled the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) program, in an effort to move forward the Commonwealth’s initiative to assist its municipalities

    Jennifer Hinojosa Click here for bio
    Research Associate, Centro

    Presenting: Enduring Disasters: Puerto Rico, Three Years After Hurricane María
    The post Hurricane Maria exodus represents one of the most significant movements of Puerto Ricans to the U.S. mainland in the island’s history in terms of both volume and duration. This policy brief examines recent from the 2019 American Community Survey (1-year estimates) that indicates that migration last year was lower than prior to Hurricane Maria levels.

    Commentators

    Sandra D. Rodríguez Cotto Click here for bio
    Journalist, Radio Show Host,
    Puerto Rico Information Network
    Analyst, WPAB Ponce

    Fernando I. Rivera, Ph.D. Click here for bio
    Founding Director of the Puerto Rico Research Hub
    University of Central Florida

     


    Moderator

    Dr. Edwin Melendez Click here for bio
    Director of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies

     

     


    Enduring Disasters: Puerto Rico, Three Years After Hurricane María

    The post Hurricane Maria exodus represents one of the most significant movements of Puerto Ricans to the U.S. mainland in the island’s history in terms of both volume and duration. This policy brief examines recent from the 2019 American Community Survey (1-year estimates) that indicates that migration last year was lower than prior to Hurricane Maria levels.

     

    Anticipated Vulnerabilities: Displacement and Migration in the Age of Climate Change

    In 2017, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs unveiled the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) program, in an effort to move forward the Commonwealth’s initiative to assist its municipalities...

    Thursday September 24, 2020 Time: 3 PM


    Tools:

    Anticipated Vulnerabilities PPP by Carlos Vargas-Ramos

    Post Hurricane Maria Exodus PPP by Jennifer Hinojosa

     

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