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Taiwan and Iceland had been successfully responding to the coronavirus pandemic for their cooperative strategy and synergy to tackle the COVID-19 challenges.
A new USA national report provided a comprehensive national flood risk analysis, assessing the risk at the individual property level today and into the future.
With the synergy of municipal departments, nature-based solutions could help deliver resilient, affordable, and equitable infrastructure to help cities thrive.
Compound disasters, such as heatwave and COVID-19, could be managed by forecasts, preparedness, planning, and timely action at scale to prevent the impact of hazards.
Building resilience through a comprehensive approach is helping vulnerable nations on the frontlines of climate change.
CRM integrated adaptation, DRR, and disaster risk management to respond to countries that needed to prevent, reduce, and mitigate potential hazard impacts.
Supercomputers in Canberra and Perth power the analysis and modelling that decision-makers rely on in national crises.
The first mega-assessment on the progress of community-based adaptation in four Pacific Island countries was recently published: Micronesia, Fiji, Kiribati and Vanuatu.
Dr. Linda Murray, former chief medical officer for the Cook County Department of Public Health, was a doctor serving public housing residents when one of the deadliest heat waves in U.S. history hit Chicago. On the 25th anniversary of the disaster, she sees the same root causes fueling the same racial disparities in COVID-19 deaths.
Are climate change and tectonic processes linked? It is important to examine both directions: volcanic eruptions and earthquakes changing the climate and vice versa.