We are finally seeing some progress in terms of wealthy nations shouldering some (small part) of the burden of Loss & Damage – but how do we make sure we don’t repeat the mistakes of the past?
Viktor Roezer, Research Fellow at London School of Economics shares his reflections of this years EGU event, what research has learned from recent disasters and where to go from here.
As the use of digital technology in Bangladesh continues to increase, it presents opportunities for resilience building.
A report from the Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance calls for urgent action to help those at risk of climate-related losses and damages.
Mercy Corps is putting communities at the heart of its flood resilience advocacy efforts in Jordan, in both rural and urban settings.
Women are often left out of key conversations when it comes to flood resilience. Concern Worldwide Kenya is trying to change this by supporting women’s participation in such forums.
Plan International are working with women from 18 communities in Vietnam to empower them to take on leading roles in the decision-making bodies of their communities.
Communities affected by both extreme weather and conflict are being neglected by donors and international climate funds – but new evidence from the Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance and Mercy Corps shows that solutions are available.
Our latest learning report brings together several Alliance partners to showcase examples of successful advocacy.