The COVID-19 global pandemic has challenged the world in so many ways. While the race for vaccine development and deployment absorbed much of our attention, extended lockdowns transformed our way of working, living, and interacting with others.
As we learned how to live with the new contactless dynamics, various industries were finding new mechanisms to cope with the virtual way of operations and to find innovative solutions for business continuity.
The disruptions to our daily routines have not only decreased face-to-face interactions, but also impacted the traditional approaches to delivering capacity building, knowledge exchange, and peer-to-peer learning.
Bangladesh: Enhancing Coastal Resilience in a Changing Climate
With increasing climate risks, Bangladesh needs to continue investments to strengthen climate resilience in the coastal zones to protect the development gains, says a new World Bank report. The report, “Bangladesh: Enhancing Coastal Resilience in a Changing Climate” highlights the country’s journey to reducing vulnerability to climate change and recommends further actions towards improving the resilience of its coastal region. It analyzes the drivers of risks, how the government has reduced these risks, and offers new perspective and innovative solutions. Learn more: https://www.worldbank.org/en/country/...