Collaborative on Extreme Event Resilience

Our impact

Tsunami hazard zone sign near a road along a low-lying beach area

Building resilience in the face of disaster

DEOHS researcher will help lead new research hub pairing Pacific NW scientists and coastal communities on earthquake and climate change research

picture of wildfire smoke with the words 'special feature' over it

“The risk is real”

Breathing wildfire smoke isn’t just unhealthy—it can be deadly. DEOHS works with partners across the Northwest to get the word out to those most at risk.

Five people (four in N95 masks) pose with cardboard picture frame cutouts saying "#ColorOutSmoke" and "I [heart] MY AIRSHED."

Population health grants boost wildfire and climate research

Three DEOHS teams awarded new pilot grants from UW Population Health Initiative