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Weak infrastructure could leave urban settlements in low-income countries highly vulnerable, should the rapid spread of COVID-19 continue.
Turkey UNDP representative points to altering patterns in climate change and rise in climate-related disasters in Turkey, emphasizing climate change as systematic.
Income gaps routinely increase after Australia's worst disasters, with low-income or part-time workers, and small-business owners most vulnerable to income loss.
The formation of SAPACC is significant in geographical and political breadth, and in its engagement in people's struggles, among other factors.
PAHO Director calls on countries of the Americas to intensify COVID-19 preparedness and response activities
Given the appearance of cases of the coronavirus in the Americas, the Director of PAHO calls on countries to intensify their plans to prepare and respond to COVID-19.
As the COVID-19 virus epidemic continues to rise, it is also taking a toll on the global economy, disrupting supply chains across a wide variety of industries.
Research suggests climate change could add around 20% to the global cost of extreme weather events by 2040. Businesses must evaluate their own exposures to growing risk.
Call to action for infrastructure resilience, as water, waste and coastal inundation headline latest Infrastructure Priority List
Infrastructure Australia releases the Infrastructure Priority List, presenting 147 nationally significant infrastructure proposals and focusing on resilience.
Connecting communities with ecological restoration projects can achieve the dual goals of improving mental health and ecological recovery, building resilience for all.
This is a call for abstracts on the topic of future smart cities. Selected papers will be published in a Book Series "Advances in Science, Technology and Innovation" (ASTI) by Springer.