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Actively engaging women in decision-making processes on climate action is important. Building this groundwork started ten years ago, at COP18, where nations agreed to improve women’s participation in international climate policymaking.
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters
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Costa Rica's Voluntary National Report for the Midterm Review of the Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 (MTR SF).
Costa Rica - government
The IFRC has approved two Early Action Plans: the EAP for floods in Honduras, and the EAP for volcanic ashfall in Costa Rica. As a result, 2,700 Honduran families and 2,400 Costa Rican families will be able to anticipate the impacts of these hazards.
Anticipation Hub
The ability to provide a “volcano forecast” could help reduce the significant health, safety, and even economic impacts of eruptions; they regularly disrupt aviation and the global supply chain we depend on.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Coverpage of "Climate risk country profile: Costa Rica"
Costa Rica’s climate is characterized by annual patterns. These are periodically affected by fluctuations in the temperature of the surrounding oceans, interaction of the atmospheric circulation with the volcanic mountain, and El Niño/La Niña cycles.
World Bank, the
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A new study led by USGS and Costa Rican researchers demonstrates how Earthquake Early Warning using smartphone technology can be both inexpensive and effective for millions of people.
United States Geological Survey

La movilidad humana asociada a, o derivada de los desastres y efectos adversos del cambio climático viene recibiendo un interés importante en los últimos años en Centroamérica. Este informe contribuye a un mayor conocimiento de la evidencia sobre la

International Organization for Migration

This study explores how the two leading approaches in water resources management and ecosystem thinking for climate change adaptation – i.e. Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) – can be merged to achieve

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit


La gestión integrada del riesgo de desastres (GIRD), asociada al cambio climático (CC), está estrechamente vinculada con el sector educación. Por su importancia, se analizaron los programas de Ciencias pertenecientes al I y II ciclos del año

Revista Postgrado y Sociedad

This report documents the assignment, commissioned by the Global Initiative on Disaster Risk Management, to assist countries in Latin American and the Caribbean in organizing their infrastructure in terms of disaster risks. The assignment - part of the

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit