Early Warning

USAID investments in reducing the risks and impacts of climate change —through increasing community resilience, building regional climate science capacity, or providing meteorological equipment— are vital for the countries of the Caribbean.
Bonn Network International Civil Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction
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This study evaluates the economic benefits of the technology use to the farm sector in the Red River of the North Basin (RRB). As part of the Hudson Bay drainage system in North America, the RRB has been subject to Spring River flooding in the past century.
Markus Enenkel
Anticipatory action and risk finance specialist Markus Enenkel explains the importance of forecasting capacity, locally-led planning, and donor confidence for scaling up anticipatory humanitarian programmes.
NOAA, William & Mary researchers team with TACC to develop, test first-ever 3D compound inland-coastal flooding guidance system
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This research was conducted as part of the Effective risk and warning communication during natural hazards project, which explored whether emergency communications can be adapted to better support community understanding, decision-making and protective behaviour.
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This research was conducted as part of the "Effective risk and warning communication during natural hazards" project, which explored whether emergency communications can be adapted to better support community understanding, decision-making and protective behaviour. 
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This study explores the role of effective early warning systems in providing information for vulnerable groups in hotspots to plan, prepare, mitigate, and recover from drought. 
An elderly Indian farmer reaches for a drink of water during a sweltering day
Premsagar Tasgaonkar, Komal Modhave and Yogesh Shinde from the Watershed Organisation Trust, India describe how they have established a system to warn farmers in rural areas when heat levels are forecast to rise to dangerous levels.