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This short report summarizes climate risks and their consequences for people, food and water security, as well as national and international security, migration, economies and trade.
Chatham House
Eruption of the Tungurahua volcano above the city of Ambato, Equador (2016)
Volcanologists have historically focused on the risks of large-scale eruptions, but new research highlights how small eruptions can combine with human-made vulnerabilities to cause catastrophic impacts.
Eos - AGU
View of flames spreading on a hill close to Orangeville, USA (2019)
Governments and countries must mitigate climate change as much as possible to prevent increasing wildfires and increasing deaths.
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
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Resource guides

Working with nature and green infrastructure can improve the management of water resources and contribute to reducing risks associated with water-related disasters and climate change while restoring and protecting ecosystems.

Words into Action
Implementation guides for the Sendai Framework
Learning from Past Disasters

In August 1999, an earthquake in the city of Izmit killed thousands and left hundreds of thousands homeless


In the aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, aid distribution was difficult.

In February 2012, the entire Central Bosnia Canton area was affected by heavy snowfall and extremely low temperatures (the coldest month since 1956

Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030