Build Back Better

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Science and Technology
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Compendium of good practice on post disaster recovery in the Latin America and Caribbean Region
The present systematization carried out by the UNDP compiles Good Practices in Post-disaster Recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean in order to spread and highlight the work and recovery processes taking place in different countries of the region.
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters
practical lessons for recovery from the covid-19 pandemic
This publication offers a set of guiding, action-oriented principles and practical cases to support recovering communities as they plan and implement recovery. The principles focus on key cross-cutting issues for recovery such as building back better and greener, inclusive and people-centred recovery, and preserving development gains, among others. It offers a roadmap of options to guide recovery efforts, based on applied disaster recovery experience, and established methods and evidence.
International Recovery Platform
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This paper proposes a scientific concept of digital twin-driven systematic construction of intelligent disaster prevention and mitigation for infrastructure (IDPMI), which intends to clarify the potential of digital twin (DT) in disaster management.
Natural Hazards (Springer)

In this study, researchers developed an agent-based model to simulate and explore the post-disaster recovery (PDR) process in urban areas of Tacloban, the Philippines devastated by Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. Disaster risk management, and PDR in particular

International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (Elsevier)

The report provides an overview of SEEDS' work in partnership with SELCO Foundation in the Cyclone Fani affected region of Puri district, Odisha. This report discusses their joint work on the ground in using sustainable energy as a tool for disaster

Sustainable Environmental and Ecological Development Society

Societal Impact Statement

Ecosystem‐based adaptation (EbA) is increasingly being used to reduce the impacts of climate change on vulnerable people and landscapes. The international EbA South project implemented EbA interventions across three countries

The New Phytologist Trust Wiley

This report summarises the proceedings at the 3rd Global Summit of Research Institutes for Disaster Risk Reduction, including the evaluation of the current status of DRR research, which highlighted the current understanding of different forms of risk, the

International Journal of Disaster Risk Science