Meg Parsons
Community engagement is just as important as research and policymaking for successful efforts to adapt to the impacts of climate change and reduce disaster risks. Discover the climate resilience toolkit that includes a range of art activities.
The proactive disaster risk management strategies employed by the Kyrgyz Republic serve as a valuable model for other nations with similar challenges.
Isabelle Granger Jeanique Serradinho
A new tool, the Handbook on Disaster Law Reform: A Guide for Domestic Authorities provides an eight-step process to guide lawmakers embarking on legal review processes relating to disaster risk management.
Wonyong Park Lorenzo Miani Olivia Levrini
Schools are an important space young people to learn about disaster risk, but too often teachers miss educational opportunities. Educators need to better understand how to use specific climate disaster examples in the classroom to teach about risk.
Edward Sparkes Dr. Michael Hagenlocher Dr. Saskia E. Werners Davide Cotti
Complexity is a defining feature of disaster risks. This makes conventional, single-hazard and single-risk assessment approaches increasingly insufficient for comprehensive disaster risk management.
Terry Kinyua
A collaborative effort supported by the Mastercard Foundation has led to the development and implementation of the IIA-Kenya MSME Resilience Programme, aimed at empowering Kenyan MSMEs to navigate through crises and emerge stronger than before.
Ilan Kelman Carina Fearnley
The first mile of warnings means putting people first. It means asking each other about what we need and what we offer. Warnings are meant to be for and about people, as a long-term social process to act for, by, and with all of us.
Anne Bach Nielsen Emmanuel Raju
How social media and crowdsourcing can help build disaster resilience.
Repaul Kanji
Jodhpur is known as the “Blue City” for its captivating blue-painted houses. But, beyond their visual appeal, these houses hold a hidden secret; a revelation that could pave the way for a cooler, more sustainable urban future.
Dr Dharam Raj Uprety
For many communities around the world, climate-induced disasters are now an inevitable part of life. When recovering from such events, it is senseless to rebuild structures that are incapable of resisting the hazards that will inevitably follow.

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