Social impacts & resilience

Social impacts & resilience

Coping capacity, cultural impacts, loss absorption, loss acceptance, loss of livelihood, psychological impacts, psychological support, social vulnerability.

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2021
This study explores how the global warming and the resulting increase in heat stress can directly affect productivity of workers and indirectly impact upon the broader economy.
Environmental Research Letters (IOP)
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2021
The Road Map to Community Resilience via EVCA provides step‑by‑step guidance on how to operationalise the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies’ Framework for Community Resilience using the EVCA process.
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
CLIMADA Climate Risk Analysis  Urban flood resilience against  riverine floods in Uganda and  Nigeria
2021
This report discusses how applying climate risk analysis for Kampala/Uganda and Lagos/Nigeria and demonstrates useful information of the methodology applied.
InsuResilience Global Partnership KfW Bankengruppe Germany - government
Linking resilience, vulnerability, social capital and risk awareness for crisis and disaster research
2021
This report discusses how crisis and disaster research has extensively contributed to theoretical, conceptual, methodological and empirical advances in the understanding of resilience, vulnerability, social capital and risk awareness.
Wiley-Blackwell
Given climate change, it needs to be ingrained into everybody that there is going to be flooding, there are going to be wildfires, there is going to be a lot of these extreme events that are no longer rare.
University of California, Berkeley
New York and other U.S. cities are seeking to ensure their climate mitigation plans protect their most vulnerable communities.
Thomson Reuters Foundation, trust.org
An Angus Reid Institute survey conducted on Aug. 16, with a representative sample of 1,511 Canadians, found that 76 per cent of Canadians say environmental policy and sustainability are a priority when considering where to live.
Conversation Media Group, the
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From the start of the COVID-19 pandemic until August 2021, extreme weather events have affected at least 139.2 million people and killed at least 17,242 people in at least 433 unique events.
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Red Cross / Red Crescent Climate Centre