Social Impacts & Social Resilience

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This is a brief report from the UK National Commission for UNESCO and PRAXIS at the University of Leeds. 
A Bangladeshi man counts money on hand
A quantitative study on anticipatory actions taken in 2020 confirms several positive effects, but also shows some unexpected results.
Commuters wade knee deep floods in Jakarta, Indonesia
The policy director of the UN agency that coordinates international humanitarian relief efforts called for ‘transformational shifts’ in thinking and action at the climate summit in Glasgow.
The results of the study show that some factors have similar effects on motivation to do climate adaptation across countries.
‘We still have floods and cyclones that cause a lot of damage, but we don’t lose lives.’
A man brings food aid packs out of a warehouse in Gambela, Ethiopia
Extreme weather, rising seas and hotter temperatures are increasingly affecting farmers and their harvests. What needs to change - and what could help?
Widespread poverty, lack of irrigation, deforestation and COVID-19 restrictions are having a bigger effect than global warming, scientists say.
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This study quantifies the effects of hurricane windstorms on economic activity using nightlight as a proxy at the highest spatial resolution data available and accordingly, the broader socioeconomic and environmental effects of this protection.
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Calgary and many other cities, including Montréal, Vancouver, Myrtle Beach and Houston, continue to build houses in areas that hydrologists and engineers have designated as being high-risk for flooding.
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This study attempted to explore the role of frequency modulation (FM) radio stations working in the earthquake hit areas in Pakistan.