As climate change spirals out of control, we must take global action to manage climate risks. Here, we present key insights from our work in the Alliance. Work that enables transformational change to fundamentally reduce the root causes of risks and address the needs of those most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.

01 December, 2021

A few days after returning from Glasgow – colleagues from across the Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance reflect on what COP26 delivered for the flood prone communities we work with. Will commitments be enough to meet the adaptation needs of those at the frontlines of climate change?

16 November, 2021

At the Innovate4Cities 2021 Conference, Mercy Corps was joined by UN-Habitat Jordan, the Greater Amman Municipality, and Civil Defense Authority to discuss how cities can build resilient communities while also addressing urbanization, especially in the context of an influx of refugees which has placed pressure on government capacity, water demand and sanitation infrastructure.

04 November, 2021

The human impacts of extreme weather events are worsening and the data is clear. At COP26 the Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance and the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre will be providing a platform for people in vulnerable countries who live with this reality. It’s time to put them at the centre of the solution and mobilise more climate finance.

02 November, 2021
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