Disaster Resilience Scorecard for Cities: Climate Resilience Addendum

Disaster Resilience Scorecard for Cities: Climate Resilience Addendum

The Climate Resilience Addendum to the Disaster Resilience Scorecard for Cities was originally developed in Spanish as part of the project "Analysis, planning and implementation of joint actions for enhanced disaster risk reduction and climate resilience in Latin America," a collaboration of the Development Bank of Latin America and the Caribbean (CAF) and the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR).

This Scorecard Addendum contains questions that allow users to self-assess the interlinkage and integration of disaster and climate resilience strategies and practices at the sub-national government level. It has been piloted by Panama City (Panama) and Portoviejo (Ecuador) in January 2023 and the case study has been published by CAF.

This version of the Climate Resilience Addendum incorporates comments and feedback received from the pilots and consultative review. There are a total of 25 questions/ indicators, each with a score from 0 to 3, with 3 being the maximum possible score.

It is recommended for use in a half-day or full-day multilateral workshop, or in combination with a training session on disaster risk reduction and climate resilience which may encompass two to three days.

This addendum is available in different file formats:

  • The Accessible PDF version is made to allow universal access to the document.
  • The excel tool allows you to provide interactive scoring, take note of the assessment rationale, and provide proof for verification. The excel tool can produce the pictograms showing the results of analysis at the end which are highly useful for planning and decision making. It complements the narrative provided in the PDF version. [to be published]

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