In this paper, the researchers present a social vulnerability index for flooding in Sweden. They complement earlier research by assessing social vulnerability using a combined bottom-up and top-down approach with an emphasis on stakeholder involvement.
This report provides a comprehensive review of the current resources for economic recovery post-disaster in South Carolina and explores one mechanism for filling identified gaps in recovery: new disaster insurance models.
This report accentuates the need for countries to integrate climate resilience into their Water Sanitation Hygiene (WASH) planning and policies, given the identification of climate change as a significant health threat.
The G20 can play an important role in addressing this challenge and help catalyse finance for climate action in developing countries. This policy brief recommends a multipronged approach for developing countries to finance their adaptation.
During the last decade, the costs of humanitarian appeals increased by 400%. According to OCHA’s financial tracking service, more than 50% of the costs for international humanitarian response could not be covered in 2021.