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A group of five children from a village in Pakistan playing in the green field.
The Asia-Pacific Consultation brought diverse business networks together to explore how the private sector can support resilience of children and their families
United Nations Children's Fund (Global Headquarters, New York)
Tourists traverse the side of a road eroded by floods in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand
Over the decades, New Zealand has centralised its food system and increased the risk that a single regional event could reverberate nationally. But it’s not too late to diversify and increase resilience across our food supply system.
Conversation Media Group, the
New research found that shortening supply chains will be vital to make regions more resilient to these shocks – as well as drawing on community efforts such as farmers’ markets.
Conversation Media Group, the
Gold money coin with trading graph, financial investment concept can use as background
In the Solomon Islands, the approach combined short-term actions with low potential for future regret with long-term options for future climate conditions.
Development Asia
Stock pickers in some of Asia’s key markets are being battered by a series of extreme weather events from heat waves to flooding, signaling the difficulties ahead as El Nino-related risks rise and climate change accelerates.
Times of India, the
This working paper outlines how to scale up the private sector's involvement in climate adaptation and harness its financial clout, technical know-how, and ingenuity to help build climate resilient economies in the Asia and Pacific region.
Asian Development Bank
This study assesses the impact of natural disasters to small businesses, using two case studies, the Townsville floods of 2019 and the ‘Black Summer’ Bushfires of 2019-20, as well as the role that insurance plays in the economic recovery of the regions.
SGS Economics and Planning
Global Rapid Post-Disaster Damage Estimation (GRADE) for Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai Volcanic Eruption
This is the Global Rapid Post-Disaster Damage Estimation report on the January 15 eruption, providing estimated costs of the physical damages caused by the volcanic eruption and tsunami.
Tonga - government World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the (GFDRR)

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