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Tag Archives: Hurricane

This story was originally published on The World Bank website on 5 September, 2018 The Caribbean on the road to resilience One year after hurricanes Irma and Maria swept through the Caribbean, leaving a trail of devastation and turmoil, the calm seems to have returned to the region after the...
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by Adriano Campolina | ActionAid |  and was published on the Thomson Reuters Foundation website: Monday, 3 September 2018 Rich countries need to do their share - including on providing needed cash - at negotiations underway in Bangkok With prolonged drought and rising...
2019 RISK Award “Coastal resilience” – Call for proposals SOURCE(S):  MUNICH RE FOUNDATION DRM in the face of environmental changes, population growth and urban development Adaptation to environmental changes becomes more and more important. Also, because climate change is a...
Does your company offer solutions to extreme flood events?   InterFLOOD Asia is Asia's only event dedicated to managing and mitigating the risks of potentially disastrous flooding. ls your business geared up to meet the growing demand to address the impact of extreme...
The following Meteorology & Climate tweets are for anyone who has an interest in the Global Weather Enterprise and were kindly suggested by MetraWeather  Extreme weather (and other news) – Australia and Pacific Rising seas will displace millions of people – and Australia must ...
by Laurie Goering | Thomson Reuters Foundation Published: Wednesday, 20 June 2018 "This is a wake-up call" that action is needed now to deal with fast-approaching problems, says one urban expert CAPE TOWN, June 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In the next 30 years, cities...
Published July 19, 2018 Fiscal Year 2018 sets record with $20.5 billion in finance for country-level climate action – full release WASHINGTON, July 19, 2018 – The World Bank Group announced today that in fiscal year 2018, 32.1 percent of its financing had climate co-benefits –...
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Managing the impact of extreme weather and flooding. Are you on top of the latest big data thinking, new approaches to funding and smart designs for critical infrastructure? Is your organisation resilient and adaptable to tomorrow’s challenges? Below, just some examples from innovative companies...
Credit Francisco Anzola/Flickr By Lin Taylor | Thomson Reuters Foundation and was published on their website 17 November, 2017 "We want to get ahead of this before it turns into a real problem," said climate minister James Shaw, leader of New Zealand's Green...
This article was published on the PreventionWeb website on 16 November, 2017 Geneva - Vulnerable communities in Africa, the Pacific and Caribbean are now benefiting from improved early warning systems against extreme weather as part of an international drive to boost resilience and climate change...
by Gregory Scruggs | Thomson Reuters Foundation and was published on their website 19 October, 2017 Some 60 percent of houses built between 1990 and 2000 are in wildfire-prone areas As firefighters slowly gain ground on the deadliest wildfires in Californian history, experts predict the problem will get...
NASA Watching Harvey from Satellites and the International Space Station Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center / Flickr Posted on the PreventionWEB website 19 September, 2017 By Paul O'Hare, Angela Connelly and Iain White. The story was originally posted on The Conversation website In...
This story was published on The World Bank website on 11 September, 2017 The everyday names of Hurricanes like Irma belie their unprecedented fury and ability to claim not just human lives, homes, bridges and roads. The silent and barely visible victim of these extreme weather events is, increasingly,...
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