MHEW symposium promotes research, science & technology, supporting the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2020 implementation.
The Brown Bag Resilience Series will be a string of short webinars on disaster risk reduction, emergency mgt, and climate change adaptation.
The paper examined Bangladesh’s integration of climate change issues into its national, sectoral, and city development plans.
Countries with the same issues can use this report as a reference and basis for their climate adaptation and post-disaster recovery program.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) report presents that environment nurture could create jobs and business opportunities.
Improved early warning systems can benefit other areas in the world to help them build resilience against climate shocks, like mega-storms.
The Moses Dam is a wise investment for Venice to build resilience and protect its residents and tourism industry from damages that frequent flooding causes.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has developed E-learning courses for the Common Alerting Protocol used in warning the public of hazards.
The summary report, "Early warning systems and managing the effects of El Niño" discusses the dominant role of El Niño in driving drought globally.
This report outlines how the Member States are monitoring their implementation of the Sendai Framework that has seven targets and 38 indicators.