This report aims to fill some of the gaps in understanding the full scale and scope of disaster displacement. Most of the disaster displacement recorded globally has taken place in the Asia and Pacific region.
What kinds of financial and economic benefits would political entities be able to sustain if there were more investments in appropriate DRR strategies? ESG investing helps shift the mindset from a short-term perspective on disaster impact.
This contributing paper discusses the relevance of the methods and case studies in informing global, national and local policymakers and decision-makers who are involved in understanding climate risks and adaptation needs for infrastructures.
Understanding the true cost of disasters is critical for governments to develop policies to deal with them. Historically, calculations have been based on toting up insurance claims and government aid. But these don’t account for intangible social costs.
The Tampa Bay Partnership today launches a new report titled, Making the Economic Case for Resilience in Tampa Bay, highlighting the economic implications of more frequent flooding and sea-level rise and the benefits of adaptation.
This study evaluates the economic benefits of the technology use to the farm sector in the Red River of the North Basin (RRB). As part of the Hudson Bay drainage system in North America, the RRB has been subject to Spring River flooding in the past century.