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Cover- Russian Federation MTR SF
The Voluntary National Report of the Russian Federation for the Midterm Review of the Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 (MTR SF).
Russian Federation - government
A research team led by Professor Jonghun Kam at POSTECH reveals the reason behind hot and wet winters in northwest Russia from 2019/20 winter.
Pohang University of Science and Technology
Scientists are worried that wildfires might burn out of control in Siberia while the Russian military units that normally keep them in check are dispatched to Ukraine.
The Energy Mix
This is the first page of the declaration
The Beijing Declaration is the outcome of the Belt and Road Ministerial Forum for International Cooperation in Disaster Risk Reduction and Emergency Management. 
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
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This G20 Climate Risk Atlas factsheets sheds light on the risks faced by Russia. 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
Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici
Previously solid ground is quickly degrading. The melting of the permafrost is about to cause huge damage to buildings and infrastructure across the country.
Barent's Observer, The
A new study finds that the exceptional temperatures seen in Siberia in the first half of 2020 would have been unlikely without anthropogenic climate change.
Eos - AGU

This profile and diagnosis provide a basis for the creation of evidence-based and implementable Actions for Resilience, which are designed to be incorporated into current urban development strategies and management processes of the city. This process is

United Nations Human Settlements Programme - Headquarters
Boreal region stores large amounts of carbon and methane
Center for International Forestry Research

This report presents how in the coming decades Russia will need to invest significantly in infrastructure to meet its development goals. The investment needed through to the 2040s is projected to exceed (US) $1.7 trillion, $762 billion more than projected

Overseas Development Institute