Community announcements

Community announcements
Disaster risk and resilience in the news, and news from the disaster risk reduction (DRR) community and beyond.
People crossing road with umbrella in rain at Matunga in Mumbai Maharashtra India
The Anticipation Hub is among the guest editors of a special issue of Hydrology Research entitled ‘Learning from the Floods of 2021: Combining Data, Models and Communication to Improve Preparedness for Extreme Events in a Changing Climate’.
Anticipation Hub
Journalist writing notes in his phone and on paper while holding his microphone in a heavy flooded area in Thailand.
This training opportunity will offer 12 multimedia journalists a chance to deepen their understanding of the impacts of climate change at a local level, and hone their skills to draw urgent attention to them through news reporting.
Global Center on Adaptation Thomson Reuters Foundation, trust.org
Earthquake and tsunami observation system
The PIROI proposes to organize, with the collaboration of its Reunionese partners, a symposium dedicated to disaster risk reduction (DRR) on the occasion of the IDDRR 2022..
Indian Ocean Regional Intervention Platform
An old Asian farm worker carrying a basket on his shoulder while standing on the rice terraces.
The GMS Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability Program (CCESP) is now accepting demonstration applications for the program’s six priority themes.
Asian Development Bank
Sustainable development in a city
The survey seeks to collect water community views, experiences and proposals to inform the MTR SF, the Water Conference in March 2023, and the Political Declaration that will be adopted at the High-Level Meeting of the UN General Assembly on 18-19 May, 23
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
Deforestation of the rainforest for palm oil and rubber plantations.
The #NoNaturalDisasters campaign has always aimed to increase understanding of the true causes of disasters through research, communication and advocacy. Calling researchers and others to share research and knowledge during micro-presentations.
#NoNaturalDisasters
This edited book is therefore seeking to understand community-based flood risk management from an international perspective, focusing on practices that have received recognition and making positive impact, resulting in resilience-enhancing actions.
Taylor and Francis
A magnifying glass in top of a pile of books.
Disasters research is ever more salient today. Weather related incidents fueled by climate change have filled the news for years while the Covid-19 pandemic has overshadowed everything else during the past year and a half.
University of Copenhagen