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Isabella Rolla of CBI is speaking at the training
AN INNOVATIVE training is helping local governments bridge one of the biggest barriers to resilient and sustainable urban development in an era of escalating climate risk.
UNDRR GETI, UNOSSC, PAHO & WHO conclude joint online training programme with South-South Cities Exchange dedicating to sharing experiences in transitioning to managing complex risks and building a resilient future.
Image of Wroclaw in Poland.
Amidst a summer marked by extreme heat and drought, the Polish city welcomed tens of thousands of Ukrainian refugees in the latest example of leadership in the face of multiple man-made and natural hazards
Nur-Sultan 2
Nur-Sultan, the capital city of Kazakhstan, recently joined the Making Cities Resilient 2030 Initiative. Mr. Yelnar Bazyken, the Head of the Center of Urbanism in Nur-Sultan, discusses plans to continue building the city’s resilience.
UNDRR and ICLEI join support to Recife to advance climate resilience and disaster preparedness under the MCR2030 initiative
Main goals of ICLEI and UNDRR’s partnership in Recife are to enhance the analysis of risk management and climate change capacities in Recife.
Comité de Coordinación Regional
This meeting was also an opportunity to evaluate progress achieved from the synergy between the different members in relation to the implementation of the Committee's Regional Action Plan.
Panorama od old town and mountains of Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.
COP27 host Sharm El-Sheikh has set its sights on being recognized as a global leader in urban disaster resilience.
Barcarena MCR2030
Barcarena authorities announced the creation of the Multisectoral Committee responsible for the elaboration and implementation of the Strategy for Risk and Disaster Reduction (RRD) and Resilience of the city.
Caribbean Regional Workshop on Measuring Effectiveness of Early Warning Systems through Sendai Framework Target (g) and Custom Indicators
Using the structures incorporated in the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (2015-2030), Trinidad and Tobago is taking a comprehensive overview of hazards, risks and uncertainties to inform its decision-making and planning.
Group photo of participants, organizers and stakeholders
Kulhudhuffushi City has become the first municipality in the Maldives to join Making Cities Resilient 2030 (MCR2030). The experience of Kulhudhuffushi City provides a foundation for the national roll-out of the local resilience agenda in the Maldives.