Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction 2015
Making development sustainable: The future of disaster risk management

background image
prehensive Tables. United Nations, New York.
UNDESA (United Nations Department of Econom-
ic and Social Affairs). 2014a. Partnerships Briefs
for Small Island Developing States. Climate
Change & Disaster Risk Management. UN Con-
ference on Small Island Developing States. UN-
DESA Division for Sustainable Development.
UNDESA (United Nations Department of Econom-
ic and Social Affairs). 2014b. World Urbanization
Prospects. 2014 Revision. Highlights. United Na-
tions, New York.
UNDP (United Nations Development Pro-
gramme), UNEP (United Nations Environment
Programme), UN-ESCAP (United Nations Eco-
nomic and Social Commission for Asia and
Pacific), UNFCCC (United Nations Framework
Convention on Climate Change), UNISDR (Unit-
ed Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction)
and WMO (World Meteorological Organiza-
tion). 2013. TST Issues Brief: Climate Change
and Disaster Risk Reduction. Prepared by UNDP,
with contributions from FAO, IFAD, ITU, OCHA,
en, WFP, WHO, and the World Bank.
UNDP(United Nations Development Programme).
2004. Reducing Disaster Risk: A Challenge for De-
velopment. A Global Report. UNDP Bureau for
Crisis Prevention and Recovery.
UNDP(United Nations Development Programme).
2010. A guide to UNDP Democratic Governance
Practice. Bureau for Development Policy, Dem-
ocratic Governance Group. New York.
UNDP(United Nations Development Programme).
2013a. Issue Brief: Disaster Risk Governance.
UNDP (United Nations Development Pro-
gramme). 2013b. Integrated Community-based
Early Recovery Framework. Disaster Risk Reduc-
tion. UNDP Myanmar.
UNDP(United Nations Development Programme).
2014a. Disaster Risk Governance During the HFA
Implementation Period. Background Paper pre-
pared for the 2015 Global Assessment Report
on Disaster Risk Reduction. Geneva, Switzer-
land: UNISDR.
2014b. Human Development Report. Sustaining
Human Progress: Reducing Vulnerabilities and
Building Resilience. New York.
UNDRO (Office of the United Nations Disaster Re-
lief Co-ordinator). 1980. Natural Disasters and
Vulnerability Analysis. Report of Expert Group
Meeting, 9-12 July 1979. United Nations, Ge-
UNECE (United Nations Economic Commission
for Europe). 2014. Standards and Normative
Mechanisms for Disaster Risk Management.
Background Paper prepared for the 2015 Glob-
al Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduc-
tion. Geneva, Switzerland: UNISDR.
UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme)
and Global Footprint Network. 2012. A New An-
gle on Sovereign Credit Risk E-RISC: Environmen-
tal Risk Integration in Sovereign Credit Analysis.
UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme)
and PSI (Principles for Sustainable Insurance).
2014. The PSI Global Resilience Project: Building
disaster-resilient communities and economies.
Part one of a research series by the UNEP FI
Principles for Sustainable Insurance Initia-
tive. UNEP Finance Initiative and PSI Global
Resilience Project (led by Insurance Australia
Group). Geneva.
UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme).
2012. The Emissions Gap Report 2012. A UNEP
Synthesis Report. UNEP, Nairobi.
UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme).
2013. Cyclone Phailin in India: Early Warning and
Timely Actions Save Lives. UNEP, Global Envi-
ronmental Alert Service. November 2013.
UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme).
2014. Disaster risk reduction is an integral objec-
tive of environment related policies and plans,
including for land use natural resource manage-
ment and adaptation to climate change. Back-
ground Paper prepared for the 2015 Global As-
sessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction.
Geneva, Switzerland: UNISDR.
Previous page Previous Section  
Contact us  |  Disclaimer  |  Our Partners  |  References  |  Acknowledgements  |  PreventionWeb |  WCDRR  |  © United Nations 2015.