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Alice Pellegrino Ria Sen Federica Angeletti
Satellite technology applications for disaster and climate risk management have transformative humanitarian-development potential.
Sri Varshini Kaliappan is a young female disaster management professional turned into an entrepreneur from the Tamil Nadu state in the south of India.
Najeeb Yunusa Hassan a young entrepreneur and engineer from Nigeria.
To celebrate the International Youth Day on 12 August 2021, we are sharing a story of Kiki Kartikasari, Indonesia, who is a Project Officer at CER Indonesia, an environmental consultancy company
Piero Pelizzaro
Milan is experiencing a period of profound renewal that has demonstrated the great level of adaptation of the city.
Aaron Clark-Ginsberg, RAND Corporation

New study suggests four strategies to help reduce risk and improve resilience for communities living in fragile and conflict-affected contexts.

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Zdravko Maksimović, City of Kraljevo

Following two disasters, the city of Kraljevo, Serbia established a new disaster risk reduction framework, calling for the local community to take a

Karin Klasa, MSB, Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency

To build their resilience, Arvika and other cities in Sweden have joined the Making Cities Resilient initiative, run by the UN Office for Disaster

Basil Mahfouz, SynSapien

The 2020 Beirut port explosion is a reminder that designing disaster risk reduction strategies is not enough. The policies must also be implemented.

Richard Boothroyd, University of Glasgow

To address river migration in relation to transport infrastructure, satellite images can be used to monitor river channel change in the vicinity of