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Effects of large herbivores on fire regimes and wildfire mitigation
2021
This report discusses how abandonment of agricultural land is widespread in many parts of the world, leading to shrub and tree encroachment.
British Ecological Society
Inclusive Community Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (ICDRM)
2021
The aim of this booklet is to show how the ICDRM Project succeeded in supporting communities in the Asia Region to become more inclusive, especially in disaster risk management.
Plan International
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2021
This short report summarizes climate risks and their consequences for people, food and water security, as well as national and international security, migration, economies and trade.
Chatham House
Framing climate change: The need for a human security perspective
2021
This report discusses how climate change has now become the defining issue of the time – and one of the biggest threats to humanity.
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
Person walks next to a fountain during a heatwave, in Athens, Greece on July 16, 2021.
New accurate and reliable weather prediction models could help regions better ‘anticipate, prepare for, respond to and recover from’ these increasingly extreme weather events.
Horizon - The EU Research & Innovation Magazine
Among other things, they function as a sponge – absorbing and storing excess water due to heavy rains.
Scroll.in
Old Residential High rise towers from North America of the 1970s
Some of the worst risk is where Canadians are probably least expecting it: in a zone running from the Great Lakes to the St. Lawrence River that includes major cities like Toronto, Hamilton, Ottawa, Montréal and Québec City.
Conversation Media Group, the
Eruption of the Tungurahua volcano above the city of Ambato, Equador (2016)
Volcanologists have historically focused on the risks of large-scale eruptions, but new research highlights how small eruptions can combine with human-made vulnerabilities to cause catastrophic impacts.
Eos - AGU