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New research shows back-to-back hurricanes could strike the United States every few years by 2100.
Earth Observatory of Singapore - Nanyang Technological University
A train waits at an Oxfordshire, UK station in the daytime heat
Geomagnetic storms could significantly disrupt electrified train operations in the United Kingdom once every few decades, according to a new study.
Earth Observatory of Singapore - Nanyang Technological University
Earthquake damage, Haiti, 2010
A network of sensors measuring radon levels and other parameters in selected water sources in Europe might be able to detect earthquakes several days in advance.
GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung
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Resource guides

Disasters can impact electric grids with damaging economic, environmental, and public health consequences. Grid resilience can help ensure that power disruptions are minimal and do not affect critical services.

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

On 6 February 2023, two earthquakes struck southern and central Türkiye, and northern and western Syria. The first had a magnitude of Mw 7.8 and the second of Mw 7.7.

Blog: DRR Voices

LGBTQIA+ people are often some of the most marginalised in disasters. We need to build early warning systems that are inclusive of all of society – and that involve marginalised communities in all stages of their development.
In Liberia, challenges abound, but progress will prevail. Joining MCR2030 is helping its cities build resilience to disease outbreaks, and reducing the impacts of natural hazards.
Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030