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Let’s Talk Risk with the Society for Risk Analysis, the world’s leading authority on risk science and its applications, helps bring clarity to the world of risk, uncertainty, and ambiguity.

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Risk Communication on Social Media: Making Your Messages Go Further (10/1/18)

Facing Extreme Weather: How do YOU Prepare? (9/10/18)

How Do We Determine if Our Food is Safe (8/13/18)

Building Urban Resilience (7/30/2018)

Risk Science and the Regulatory Environment (7/16/18)

A Paradigm Shift in Injury Risk Reduction (7/2/18)

Emotions Control Your Appetite for Risk (6/18/18)

Power Systems Resilience: Can We Rely on Renewables? (6/4/18)

Boundaries in Risk Analysis: What’s In and What’s Out? (5/21/18)

Infrastructure Management: Communities Can Profit From Diaster (5/7/18)

Clearing House at the EPA: An Attack on Science (4/23/18)

The Preservation of a Culture (4/9/18)

We’ve Been Underestimating Climate Change (3/27/18)

The Uncertainty Component (3/27/18)

Risk Communication on Social Media: Making Your Messages Go Further (10/1/18)
Sarah Vos, PhD, a research analyst at the University of Kentucky, and Jeannette Sutton, PhD, an associate professor at the University of Kentucky, discuss risk communication on social media and the factors that increase the likelihood of a message being shared and re-tweeted. 

Emerging Health Technologies: Do The Risks Outweigh The Rewards? (6/11/19)
Sally Wyatt, Ph.D., Maastricht University, and Marie-Valentine Florin, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), discuss direct-to-consumer genetic testing and human genome editing with an overarching theme of risk vs. reward. This episode is hosted by Catherine Wong, University of Luxembourg. 

New Challenges for Risk Analysis from COVID-19 (4/15/20)
Rae Zimmerman, Ph.D., research professor at NYU Wagner, discusses the new challenges for risk analysts posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, from a NYC perspective. 

COVID-19 Pandemic: Is History Doomed to Repeat Itself? (4/29/20)
Vicki Bier, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, discusses lessons learned from the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic.

Insights into Reopening the Economy (5/15/2020)
Robin Cantor, Ph.D., and Dubravka Tosic, Ph.D., Berkeley Research Group, discuss how businesses and non-profits can begin to re-open and regain their customers post-COVID-19.

Compound Hazards: Should I Stay or Should I Go? (6/25/2020)
Robyn Wilson, Ph.D., Ohio State University, and Gina Eosco, Ph.D., NOAA, discuss compound hazards and how that impacts the decision making process for individuals and communities when threatened by both extreme weather events and COVID-19. What actions should people take when faced with both evacuation and stay-at-home orders?