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The overall aim of the EnviroProjects Digital Initiative is to enhance environmental awareness though improved online access and communication of environmental data and information.
Blog EntryAPCICT to launch e-learning module on ICT for disaster risk management
Asian and Pacific Training Centre for Information and Communication Technology for Development (UN-APCICT/ESCAP) to launch e-learning module on ICT for disaster risk management
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Blog EntryA Better Climate for Disaster Risk Management
Hellmuth M.E., Mason S.J., Vaughan C., van Aalst M.K. and Choularton R. (eds) 2011. A Better Climate for Disaster Risk Management. International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI), Columbia University, New York, USA.
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Blog EntryList of primary geospatial data repositories for the humanitarian sector List of primary geospatial data repositories for the humanitarian sector
Dr. Karen Payne, from the Carl Vinson Institute of Government in Athens, GA (USA), as part of a paper she wrote had compiled a list of data repositories that others may find useful.
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Blog Entry‘Useful and used’ data key to building resilience
The future resilience of the planet rests upon shortening the distance between emerging scientific evidence and actionable policy.
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Blog EntryEarly Warning Systems: A State of the Art Analysis and Future Directions
A global multi-hazard early warning system is needed to inform us of pending threats.
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Blog EntryConnecting knowledge – UN-SPIDER‘s Knowledge Management
The UN-SPIDER Newsletter: February 2013
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Blog EntryNew IRDR ICoE for Vulnerability and Resilience Metrics
IRDR is very pleased to announce the establishment of a new IRDR International Centre of Excellence (ICoE). This newly formed ICoE is hosted by the Hazards & Vulnerability Research Institute (HVRI) at the University of South Carolina, and is headed by Dr. Susan CUTTER, one of the Vice Chairs of the IRDR Science Committee.
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Blog EntryUpgrading Flood Information in Pakistan
In 2010, the devastating floods in Pakistan directly affected about 20 million people, mostly by destruction of property, livelihood and infrastructure.
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Blog EntryStakeholders Contribute to New Climate Information Resource for the Caribbean
The Caribbean Weather Impacts Group (CARIWIG) is a new initiative setting out to create tools that will enable access to climate change information which are specifically applicable to the Caribbean region.
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