This session explores the link between modern, man-made climate change and its global-to-local impacts on natural hazards and risks such as floods, debris flows, landslides, snow avalanches and forest fires. This session focuses on the impacts of changing atmospheric conditions on the triggering of natural hazard processes, their frequency and magnitude, with a particular focus on new insights gained from high spatiotemporal modelling or datasets highlighting the effects of climate change at different timescales. The session aims to bring together, amongst others, the atmospheric sciences and natural disaster communities.

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