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Mexico’s National Center for Disaster Prevention (CENAPRED) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) have jointly developed a National Strategy for Resilient Communities.
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The National Risk Atlas (NRA) is an information system that allows the identification of hazards caused by natural and man-made phenomena that could impact Mexico, as well as risk scenarios to which the population could be exposed.
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Scientists use noise generated by human activities to determine how the subsidence rate of densely populated Mexico City affects its seismic hazard. A new study used the city’s own noise to monitor how this subsidence is taking place.

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This G20 Climate Risk Atlas factsheets sheds light on the risks faced by Mexico. The G20 Climate Risk Atlas is the contribution of the CMCC Foundation – Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change to ensure attentive and well-informed climate action
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The preparation of this National Progress Report has been undertaken within the framework of the biennial 2013-15 HFA Monitoring and Progress Review process, facilitated by UNISDR and the ISDR partnership.
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