Substantial support from wealthy nations is urgently needed if the impacts on vulnerable communities is to be minimised in extreme weather events.
The inclusion of communities in the Flood Resilience Measurement for Communities (FRMC) process has empowered communities to change their mindset from short-term response requests to longer-term resilience thinking.
IIASA researchers and colleagues from Plan International are using modern digital tools to enhance community-driven flood resilience in rural flood-prone communities in Nicaragua.
Levels of disagreement and lack of trust present at this crucial moment set a dangerous precedent ahead of COP28.
Identifying key learnings through disaster analysis is crucial when it comes to reducing future risk and building resilience.
The flood resilience project of the Philippine Red Cross accompanies, enables, and connects communities to become more resilient to floods and other hazards.
How a flood resilience project in Thiès Nord is having a positive impact on communities.
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?