Developments in risk science and approaches to resilience are crucial in addressing climate change risks and climate adaptation.
The Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction explores how structures worldwide evolve to address systemic risks better.
Climate change impacts on water, and its cascading effects on human health and the economy make a strong case for robust water management.
A study on cyclones in Bangladesh seeks to know the hazards, probability and intensity and determine risks to life and infrastructure.
Climate change threatens Southeast Asian countries. A study features climate resilience suggestions for vulnerable countries.
Climate change makes extreme weather events happen more frequently, but Japan is no stranger to landslides, flooding, and managing disasters.
The study finds that Kaikoura's psychosocial and economic post-disaster recovery aligned with the BBB Framework, relevant for its recovery.
A better understanding of the smooth transition of the various phases of the PDR can help policymakers and disaster management practitioners.
The study's findings will help governments at various levels, practitioners of resilience and disaster risk management, and policymakers.
The study proposed using the Building Back Better Framework for climate change adaptation and disaster recovery in Rarotonga, Cook Islands.