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Photo by Wikipedia user Nauticashades The sediment-heavy River Arve flows into the River Rhone in Geneva http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arve#/media/File:Rh%C3%B4ne_and_Arve_Junction.jpg

Geneva’s perfect flood management

UNISDR

'It shows that cities such as Geneva, that may not be identified as at high risk to disaster impacts, are also concerned by the recommendations and guidance contained in the recently-approved Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction. Their experience and knowhow can also contribute to efforts in other cities around the world,' said John Harding, an expert at UNISDR...

  • Pacific initiatives on climate and disaster resilience showcased in compendium

    SPC

    Initiatives from across the Pacific region that address climate change and disaster risks are showcased in a new compendium. 'The compendium provides an important resource for the Pacific and other regions around the world, and should serve as a guide for the design of future initiatives to address climate change and disaster risks,' the SPC Director General, Dr Colin Tukuitonga, said...

  • After Nepal quake, time is ripe to push for safer buildings, experts say

    TRF

    According to the U.N. Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), Nepalese hospitals that had been strengthened to be more resilient to quakes were able to withstand the shaking. Margareta Wahlström told the Thomson Reuters Foundation she was 'quite convinced' that initiatives to reduce the risk of disasters in Nepal must have helped limit loss of life in the quake...

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