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The Roles of State and Non-State Actors in Early Warning and Early Action

In early warning and early action (EWEA), the active participation of non-state actors is imperative to the design and dissemination of effective warnings and in ensuring that life-saving preparedness measures are actioned when alerts are issued. Regrettably, there is often a lack of collaboration between state and non-state actors in the development and coordination of early action plans for extreme weather and climate-related events. This document provides an overview of the state and non-state actors involved in building effective, people-centred, inclusive and resilient early warning systems (EWS) at the local, national, and international levels.
Author:

Budimir, Mirianna; White, Gavin; Youds, Lorraine

Language: English
Published By: Risk-informed Early Action Partnership
Published date: June 2024

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