Making Cities Resilient 2030 – A global community to drive local and territorial resilience
We Care for identifying mechanisms to redress the historically uneven distribution of environmental benefits, risks and burdens, and co-create resilience systems in our cities and regions.
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Decentralized Cooperation for Reslience
How a town in Indonesia is strengthening global disaster response
Resilience in Action: Catching up to Climate Change induced Flood Risks in Germany
Dr. Sylvia Pratzler-Wanczura, Institute for Fire and Rescue Technology of Dortmund Fire Brigade, shares insights from responses to 2021 floods during ToT on the Resilience Learning Module: Fundamentals of Resilient Governance & Development.
Resilience Learning Module I: Fundamentals of Resilient Governance & Development
Learning model on the localization of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, to increase resilience of cities and regions regarding natural and manmade disasters.
Resilience Learning Module II: Resilient Cities & Regions
Second volume of the Resilience Learning Modules, developed together with UN-Habitat and UNDRR. It discusses the elaboration and implementation of strategies and action plans at the local and regional levels through the use of actions such as enhancing social resilience, strengthening risk-based planning, using nature-based solutions and innovative design strategies.
Peer Learning Notes on Resilience
Multiple exchanges between cities on disaster risk reduction, climate resilience, urban development, and ecosystem restoration documented through peer learning notes.
AFRICA: €1.2m for climate resilience for displaced people in six cities
With 86 million Africans expected to migrate within their own countries by 2050, the Global Cities Fund for Migrants and Refugees (GCF) is mobilising $1.2 million to fund projects focusing on climate resilience