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Portugal Working Group on Resilient Cities
The 7th annual meeting of a working group on Resilient Cities in Portugal brought together officials, academics, and researchers to share knowledge and best practices on reducing disaster risk and adapting to climate change impacts.
Amadora city
The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) and its partners in the Making Cities Resilient 2030 (MCR2030) global...
Barcelona greening of neighbourhood squares
Barcelona is creating a more attractive and climate-friendly environment for its inhabitants. Change is happening before the eyes of...
ResilienceTech
Curitiba and MCR2030 share experiences in ResilienceTech
MCR2030 in St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Scorecard implementation in St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Park area in Campinas, Brazil
Severe storms and flooding almost 20 years ago proved a turning point for Campinas. Since then, the Brazilian city has emerged as a...
MCR2030 in Ecuador
On November 11, MCR2030 sealed a cooperation agreement with Ecuador to strengthen resilience in local governments
MCR2030 webinar with city leaders from Asia-Pacific, Americas and Caribbean on 8 November 2022
MCR2030 Resilience Hubs, namely Incheon, Makati and Mexico City, held the webinar, “Learning from Our MCR Hubs” to share experiences...
Tunnel flooding in Matosinhos Portugal
Matosinhos has stepped up its ambition to reduce risk from fires, floods, and coastal erosion. The Portuguese city is doing this...
Sharm El-Sheikh is Declared as a Resilience Hub within MCR2030
Sharm El-Sheikh, 12 November 2022, UNDRR ROAS, Sharm El-Sheikh city, and the Information and Decision Support Center (IDSC) in Egypt...
MCR2030 Climate Risk to Resilience webinar
Two city leaders on the frontline of efforts to reduce climate and disaster risk firmly believe that building resilience is ‘absolutely...