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Natural and engineered nature-based structures offer promise for storm-related disaster risk reduction and flood mitigation, as long as researchers can adequately monitor and study them.
Eos - AGU
 Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami disaster
A new study has found that Individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds are more likely to experience disaster-related home loss, and they are also more likely to develop functional limitations following the disaster.
Boston University
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Global warming is expected to lead to an accumulation of particularly intense hurricanes in the United States. This may substantially increase the economic losses caused by these storms.
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
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Resource guides

Examples of innovative DRR initiatives supported by citizen science and crowd-sourcing.
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Implementation guides for the Sendai Framework
Learning from Past Disasters

The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami is remembered as one of the worst disaste

Blog: DRR Voices

LGBTQIA+ people are often some of the most marginalised in disasters. We need to build early warning systems that are inclusive of all of society – and that involve marginalised communities in all stages of their development.
In Liberia, challenges abound, but progress will prevail. Joining MCR2030 is helping its cities build resilience to disease outbreaks, and reducing the impacts of natural hazards.
Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030