National Earthquake Resiliency Coalition Newsletter
Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2020
Feature Story 
2020 National Earthquake Conference - Final Report Available
The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI)  and Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH)  hosted the quadrennial 2020 National Earthquake Conference (NEC2020) from March 4 to March 6 in San Diego, California, to generate a global dialogue about earthquake science, policy, practice, and engineering. Partners representing the Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA , National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP) , National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) , and U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)  served as NEC2020 Presenting Partners. NEC2020 drew nearly 600 worldwide attendees and 400 undergraduate students.
The Planning Committee is pleased to announce the NEC2020 Final Report , speaker presentations, and the conference photo gallery are now available.
We are grateful to the leading earthquake experts and authorities in academia, building code experts, emergency managers, engineers, businesses, first responders, geologists, insurance professionals, government officials, risk communicators, scientists, state-level earthquake managers, students, and everyone who attended.
Thank you again to Presenting Sponsor California Earthquake Authority, Visionary Sponsors Computers & Structures, Kinemetrics, Optimum Seismic, and San Diego Gas & Electric, Strategic Sponsor International Code Council, General Sponsor RenaissanceRe Risk Sciences Foundation, Tabletop Sponsors Applied Technology Council, BRACELOK, Cal OES, Central US Earthquake Consortium, CREW, FEMA, Haselton Baker Risk Group, ImageCat, ITT Enidine Inc., Keller, Maurer USA, Lowe's, Nanometrics, Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure - Purdue, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Northeast States Emergency Consortium, SAFE-T-PROOF, Sensequake, Simpson Strong-Tie, Southern California Earthquake Center, Taylor Devices, Quake Kare/Emergency Ready, Waterfull Inc., and the Western States Seismic Policy Council. Read Final Report >
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