Cultural Heritage

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This is a brief report from the UK National Commission for UNESCO and PRAXIS at the University of Leeds. 
An EU-backed project turned to gamification to present its new tools that are designed to safeguard historic areas in Europe from climate change.
Shanghai Financial Center and modern skyscraper city behind pollution steam, view from background in Shanghai, China.
Disasters are tangible proof that something needs to change in urban settings and the built environment. But the aftermath of a disaster is also a time to reflect on tradition, history, identity, memory, and cultural meaning.
West Sumatra Earthquake 2009 Indonesia Damage Loss and Preliminary Needs Assessment
This report presents the assessment of the damage, losses and human recovery needs resulting from the earthquakes in West Sumatra and Jambi.
Earthquake 2009 Bhutan Joint Rapid Assessment for Recovery Reconstruction and Risk Reduction
This Joint Rapid Assessment presents preliminary cost estimates for loss and damage as a result of the 2009 Earthquake in Bhutan. It estimates recovery and reconstruction costs and identifies priorities for early recovery, reconstruction and disaster risk reduction, and a time-line for addressing them.
Tropical Storm and Floods 2008 Yemen Damage Losses and Needs Assessment
This report presents an estimation of the main effects of the disaster, including estimating (i) the value of physical assets that were totally or partially destroyed by the disaster; (ii) the losses in economic flows from the temporary absence of those assets; and (iii) the impact on economic development and social conditions.
Earthquake and Tsunami 2004 Indonesia Preliminary Damage and Loss Assessment
This document represents a preliminary assessment of damages and losses in Indonesia due to the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami.
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This paper explores the argument that small island states and sub-national jurisdictions can especially benefit from a broader understanding of what data can be and how historical narrative and archival data can act as a valuable source of knowledge on disasters and climate.
PDNA Guidelines Volume B - Culture -EN
This guidance complements the Volume A Guidelines of the PDNA methodology, and aims to assist in carrying out a PDNA of culture sector in order to conduct an integrated assessment of the impacts of disaster effects on the sector, and to define the main lines of a recovery strategy that would incorporate DRR considerations.