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Children's shadow in front of a wildfire
Prolonged reminders of death from long-term disasters affect people’s choices and behaviours, finds a new study by King’s College London researchers.
King's College London
This report presents novel approaches rooted in co-created and tested processes to navigate complexity in using social media and crowd-sourcing in disasters primarily for organisations.
Cover and source: GERICS
Diana Rechid, Sebastian Bathiany and Susanne Pfeifer, assess the future climatic changes in Germany at county level, in the GERICS Climate Outlook report.
This paper provides quantitative evidence on the geography of regional readiness to tackle climate change using data from France, Germany, Italy, Poland, and Spain.
The disaster research journals list's main objective is to serve as a reliable resource for scholars, practitioners, and students navigating the vast and evolving landscape of disaster research literature.
This report explores the potential for CRAs to be used as a tool for assessing adaptation effectiveness, expanding on the implications of designing or updating CRAs and monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) systems for NAP processes.
Most of the disasters that afflict humanity are in some way tied to water. Along with severe cases of pollution, those crises include floods, landslides, storms, droughts and wildfires.
United Nations Environment Programme
Scientists at the Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS) help society to prepare for climate change impacts on health in a multi-faceted approach
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