This post discusses the slow water approach and how cities and communities can better manage water with climate change and rapid urbanisation.
Developments in risk science and approaches to resilience are crucial in addressing climate change risks and climate adaptation.
As climate and natural disaster events rise, cities and communities must build resilience through partnership. Know the selection criteria.
The Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction explores how structures worldwide evolve to address systemic risks better.
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) is a New Zealand Crown entity that works to reduce the impact of natural disasters on people and property
Enhancing the cities' resilience is crucial due to more natural disasters, extreme events due to climate change and rapid urbanisation.
The frequency of extreme events worldwide is getting hard to ignore, especially the enormous suffering and losses caused by the crises.
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are globally the driest regions, with severe droughts bringing enormous suffering to the community.
This post features the study on enhancing transportation network understanding and improving disaster and community resilience.
Climate change impacts on water, and its cascading effects on human health and the economy make a strong case for robust water management.