Organization directory

Organization profiles of organizations whose work scopes have stakes in the field of disaster risk reduction

Frontiers in Earth Science is an open-access journal that aims to bring together and publish the best research dedicated to our planet. As such, the journal focuses on the processes operating within and among the major spheres constituting our planet.
Organization type
Academic & Scientific

CrisisReady is based at Harvard University and Direct Relief, and collaborates with academic partners, technology companies and response agencies around the world to embed data-driven decision-making into local disaster planning.

Organization type
Academic & Scientific
UNDRR Bonn Office
Organization type
UN & International Organizations

Understanding Risk is an open and global community of over 6,500 experts and practitioners interested and active in the creation, communication, and use of disaster risk information.

Organization type
Networks and Others

Eos is a valued source for accurate, reliable, and timely news and perspectives about the Earth and space sciences—from the Earth’s core to the far reaches of the solar system and beyond.

Organization type
News and Media

he Water for Food Institute program rests on three closely inter-related pillars – research and policy, education, and communication – all including a critical component of active engagement.

Organization type
Academic & Scientific

The St. Kitts - Nevis Observer is published each Friday by the St. Kitts - Nevis Publishing Association. It is distributed throughout St. Kitts and Nevis, as well as Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, and the US Virgin Island's St.

Organization type
News and Media

An RCE is a network of existing formal, non-formal and informal education organisations, mobilised to deliver education for sustainable development (ESD) to local and regional communities.

Organization type
UN & International Organizations

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