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Latest additions
StEER engineers assess why some buildings survive hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes and tsunamis, and why others do not.
Smithsonian magazine
In brief, Risk Rating 2.0 moves the NFIP away from its heavy reliance on in-or-out flood zones, in particular in-or-out of the so-called “100-year floodplain,” and towards an individual assessment of risk for each property.
California WaterBlog
To help prevent a repeat of the catastrophic damage, UNDP has invested in flood protection civil works along the river, including four flood protection river spurs and one embankment on the Gash.
United Nations Development Programme - Sudan
Nationally determined contributions under the Paris  Agreement


This version of the synthesis report on nationally determined contributions synthesizes information from the 164 latest available nationally determined contributions communicated by the 191 Parties to the Paris Agreement.
United Nations - Headquarters
Peru Country Briefing
This report discusses that due to Peru’s geographical location, the Peruvian population is exposed to numerous hazards related to recurring phenomena, such as earthquakes, landslides, floods, overflows, and mudflows.
Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance
Disaster resiliency and recovery resources- A guide for rural communities
USDA Rural Development (RD) developed this guide as a resource for rural communities seeking disaster resiliency and recovery assistance.
United States Department of Agriculture
Forecast-based Financing in Eastern Africa
This brochure is specifically focused on how the FbF approach in eastern Africa is enabling risk-informed systems to reduce increasing food insecurity due to extreme weather and climate events.
World Food Programme
Undervaluing the protections natural ecosystems provide against flooding has detrimental impacts for society, particularly given the increase in flood hazard in the context of climate and land-use changes.
One Earth (Cell Press) (Elsevier)