The 2021 UN Plan of Action Progress Report presents the summary of progress concerning the three Commitments of the UN Plan of Action.
Tag: disaster risk reduction
Why Timely and Reliable Data Critical in Disaster Risk Reduction
Timely and reliable data are critical for disaster and climate change risk reduction, response, and recovery decisions and actions.
Coastal Communities Tsunami-Resilient by 2030
UNESCO aims to help improve coastal communities' preparedness for tsunamis and minimize the loss of life, livelihoods, and properties.
Climate Adaptation Using Risk Science and Resilience Approaches
Developments in risk science and approaches to resilience are crucial in addressing climate change risks and climate adaptation.
Disaster Risk Reduction Report Calls for Governance Transformation
The Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction explores how structures worldwide evolve to address systemic risks better.
Climate Adaptation and the Importance of Excellent Water Management
Climate change impacts on water, and its cascading effects on human health and the economy make a strong case for robust water management.
Studying Cyclones for Better Disaster Response in Bangladesh
A study on cyclones in Bangladesh seeks to know the hazards, probability and intensity and determine risks to life and infrastructure.
Climate Resilience Needed in Southeast Asia
Climate change threatens Southeast Asian countries. A study features climate resilience suggestions for vulnerable countries.
Landslide and Disaster Preparedness in Japan
Climate change makes extreme weather events happen more frequently, but Japan is no stranger to landslides, flooding, and managing disasters.
Kaikoura’s Post-Disaster Recovery and the Build Back Better Framework
The study finds that Kaikoura's psychosocial and economic post-disaster recovery aligned with the BBB Framework, relevant for its recovery.