Patrick Pringle asks if natural disasters are an opportunity for transformative change to systems rather than gradual or incremental steps.
Our session at the European Climate Change conference in June focused on sharing experience of designing and implementing M&E systems and presenting examples from Europe and beyond.
Mapping the resilience of vulnerable groups is a contentious issue – Ingrid Coninx explores workshop findings from the EDUCEN conference.
How are the actors connected to each other across the networks, and what sort and level of interactions do they have? We applied social network analysis to find out.
Efforts to link and integrate the CCA and DRR knowledge base and policies are underway – join us at ECCA where we will explore recent approaches and demonstrate good practice.
How can we deal with climate risks and reduce future vulnerability? What about the implications of socioeconomic development on future vulnerability? Find out more at our ECCA 2017 session.
Do stories differ if they are told from a disaster risk reduction or from a climate change adaptation point of view? We asked a group at the EDUCEN conference.
How do we best communicate climate change adaptation (CCA) and disaster risk reduction (DRR) to civil society, companies and decision-makers?
International Conference on Climate Risk Management from 5 to 7 April 2017 in Nairobi (Kenya). Practitioners, scientists and policymakers from all over the world participated. The aim was to develop recommendations for the IPCC AR6 scoping meeting in May 2017 on the IPCC risk framing framework, required metrics, related research topics and a better integration of practitioners’ knowledge in IPCC reports.
How do we sort through information and find what is most relevant and useful to us? Julia Barrott and Sukaina Bharwani from SEI explain the importance of classification.