Thanks to Community Brigades established by the Mexican Red Cross, Tabaso is better prepared for flood events.
Volunteer groups in Bangladesh are making significant contributions in disaster preparedness and resilience-building.
Experts from across the Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance reflect on what was achieved in Sharm El-Sheikh, and what needs to happen next.
Losses and damages caused by the climate crisis are on the rise, but not enough is being done to help those affected.
Commitments to finance for Loss and Damage from developed countries rarely goes beyond warm words. Surely this is untenable in the context of worsening climate impacts?
Identifying the right course of action to increase flood resilience can be challenging. A mind map can be a vital aid.
When flood events destroy smallholder farmers’ crops and livestock, food security is put under severe strain. Here’s what we can do about it.
Wealthy nations are not paying their fair share of climate finance – and the consequences for vulnerable communities will be dire.
What is the change that the Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance wants to see in the world, and what pathways are we taking to achieve our goals?