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Envisioning resilience: Towards climate compatible development

Source(s):  All India Disaster Mitigation Institute (AIDMI) issue no. 109, April 2014:

This issue explores the theme of climate compatible development. Climate compatible development tries to address the overlap between climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction for the achievement of broad development goals.

The content includes: (i) Defining Climate Compatible Development; (ii) Addressing Loss and Damage with Micro-insurance; (iii) Aiding Typhoon Haiyan Victims in Philippines; (iv) Cartagena de Indias: A Pioneer in Becoming a Climate Compatible City; (v) The Need for a New Cadre of Leaders in the Face of Climate Change; (vi) Education and Research at the Nexus of Disaster Resilience and Climate Adaptation; (vii) A Road Map for Disaster Risk Reduction Post-2015; (viii) Debris Management: Critical for Disaster Management; (ix) HFA 2 in Nepal: Priorities for Action; (x) How Space Watch on Agro Drought Reduces Disaster Risk; (xi) LEAD Pakistan and Disaster Risk Reduction; (xii) Why Advocacy Matters?


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