First Street Foundation's first ever nationwide community level flood resilience report highlights the flood risk over a 30 year period for every city and county across the conterminous United States.
Secretary-General Reiterates ‘Code Red’ Warning, as Civil Society Briefer Calls Security Council Efforts ‘Too Painfully Slow’
Aerial view of flooded streets in Java, Indonesia (2021)
Developed by UN University with Google and other partners, free online World Flood Mapping Tool will help plan urban and agricultural development, effective flood defences, disaster readiness, identify supply chain vulnerabilities
The Biden-Harris Administration released plans developed by more than 20 federal agencies that outline the steps each agency will take to ensure their facilities and operations adapt to and are increasingly resilient to climate change impacts.
Disaster Resilience Network (DRN) Ghana joins the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction – UNDRR to Celebrate International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction:
An oral history of tsunamis from the First Nations complements computer modelling for tsunami risk in Vancouver Island.
Kathmandu main square flooded with water after heavy monsoon rain (2012)
This joint initiative aims to enhance the capacities of vulnerable groups and communities in three countries to cope with disasters by increasing their access to early warning messages and strengthening their ability to act on them.
World Children's Day was first designated in 1954 and is celebrated every year to promote international solidarity, children's awareness around the world, and to improve children's well-being.
The new varieties - BG 4005, IPC L4-14, and IPCMB 19-3, according to the institute, are a response to climate and other challenges being faced in the regions of chickpea cultivation in the country.
To support the implementation of the Sendai Framework, the voluntary commitment by Fundación Avina has a deliverable on accelerating inclusive climate action as a key element for strengthening the resilience of societies.