This narrative review examines citizen science approaches in participatory data generation, modelling and visualisation, and calls for truly participatory and co-creation approaches across all domains of pandemic preparedness and response.
This article reviews current knowledge of the influences of climate change on five different extreme weather hazards, impacts of recent extreme weather events of each type, and thus the degree to which various impacts are attributable to climate change.
The following report explores how C40 cities are set to see an increase in the different types of flooding that occur in urban areas and what this means for people and public funds, and how cities are working hard to keep their populations water safe.
This publication is part of an initiative aimed at enhancing the capacity of sector specialists and gender focal points to produce and utilize gender analysis in their work on Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance (CDRFI).
United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women
This paper contrasts end-century SLR risks under two warming and two adaptation scenarios, for four coastal settlement archetypes (Urban Atoll Islands, Arctic Communities, Large Tropical Agricultural Deltas, Resource-Rich Cities).
In this study, the authors develop a structural model to study the long-term impacts of climate and socioeconomic changes on labour supply and the pay gap between male/female and high-skilled/low-skilled labour.