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After the storm: how the UK’s flood defences performed during the...

Thousands evacuated and one in six properties at risk – the

Balkan floods of May 2014: challenges facing flood resilience in a...

Major floods that swept through the Balkan region in 2014 have added

Central European floods 2013: a retrospective

As every flood event is different and brings new challenges, each

Changing lives along Java’s Bengawan Solo

The Zurich flood resilience program works closely with Indonesia’s

Emmental, Switzerland floods of July 2014

An intense thunderstorm caused severe flooding in Emmental

flood resilience balkan may 2015

Major floods that swept through the Balkan region in 2014 have added

Flooding after Storm Desmond

This report is produced as part of Zurich’s global flood

Helping Portugal cope with floods

In the final hours of October 2015,a powerful storm and heavy

Learning from disasters to build resilience: a simple guide to...

Responding or adjusting to risk in a way that reduces potential

Morocco floods of 2014: what we can learn from Guelmim and Sidi Ifni

It doesn’t rain often in the desert, but when it does, the danger can

The PERC manual

The Post-Event Review Capability (PERC) is a systematic framework

Urgent case of recovery: what we can learn from the August 2014...

In mid-August 2014, three days of torrential monsoon rainfall led to

What can be learned from the Columbia and Charleston floods 2015?

In October 2015, South Carolina experienced days of torrential rains

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