Through a combination of open street mapping, drones, and modeling, Nigeriens are taking the lead in building Niamey’s preparedness for the next flood.
Sameh Wahba, Director of the World Bank’s Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience Global Practice, sheds light on the importance of understanding disaster and climate risks for sustainable development<
Serbia has fundamentally transformed its approach to disaster risk management following the devastating floods of 2014, says Marko Blagojevic, Director of the Serbian Government’s Public Investment
Citizen engagement is driving efforts to build resilience in Bosnia and Herzegovina, explains Aida Hadzic-Hurem, Disaster Risk Reduction Project Manager for UNDP Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The European Union’s assistance to Serbia following the devastating floods four years ago does not end with the recovery and reconstruction, stresses Karl-Heinz Vogel, Attaché – Focal Point for Dis
While extreme weather seems to be becoming the ‘new normal’ in the Balkans, advances in hydrometeorological (hydromet) technologies could help the region address this challenge, according to Dr.
Cultural heritage can help people and communities heal in the aftermath of disaster, says Lejla Hadzic, Executive Director of Cultural Heritage without Borders, Albania.
Compliance with seismic codes does not mean that buildings across the Europe and Central Asia are safe from earthquake hazards, according to Radu Văcăreanu, Professor of Structural Reliability and
Žaklina Gligorijević, Lead Planner of the Strategic Planning Department at the Belgrade Urban Planning Institute makes the case for why urban planners in Belgrade and other cities should integrate
Young people have a key role to play in disaster risk management, explains Imra Hadzic, Flood Risk Management Consultant and Member of the Water Youth Network.