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Climada: The open-source Economics of Climate Adaptation (ECA) tool

Climada is an open-source economics of climate adaptation assessment model using state-of-the-art probabilistic modeling, that allows to estimate the expected economic damage, the incremental increase from economic growth and the further incremental increase due to climate change. The economics of climate adaptation methodology as implemented in Climada...

Towards a safer tomorrow

This document presents the Child Centred Climate Change Adaptation (4CA) approach being implemented through a project titled ‘Disaster preparedness and mitigation: build safe and resilient communities' in Dhaka and Barguna district, Bangladesh with funding support from Plan Switzerland National Office. The 4CA works in partnership with children (as...

Stay safe and be prepared: A teacher's guide to disaster risk reduction

This guide is part of a three-book compendium on disaster risk reduction (DRR). It aims at introducing concepts, exercises and good practices on disaster preparedness and response to teachers, students and parents. The basic idea is that comprehensive disaster preparedness and resilience-building can only take place when the whole (school) community,...

Stay safe and be prepared: A student's guide to disaster risk reduction

This guide intended for students aged 11-18, is part of a three-book compendium on disaster risk reduction (DRR). It is partly designed as a comic that tells the story of ‘Resilience Girl' (RG). RG was affected by a tsunami, which caused her to lose one of her legs. Her experiences encouraged her to learn as much as possible about disaster risk, preparedness...

Stay safe and be prepared: A parent's guide to disaster risk reduction

This guide is part of a three-book compendium on disaster risk reduction (DRR). It offers ideas on family preparedness measures and on how parents can get engaged with their child's school and their community to improve disaster preparedness and response. It also addresses the psychosocial well-being of children and outlines several exercises that parents...

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Ask an Expert Session on Preventionweb

Posted by Rohit Jigyasu on August 22, 2014 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

Expert of the Week for 25 to 31 August 2014 will answer questions on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage. Those interested can visit the following link:-

http://www.preventionweb.net/askexpert/session/39018

Edu4DRR in the last year

Posted by Justin Sharpe on July 10, 2014 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

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If you have not visited for a time because of work commitments, then now is the time to renew your acquaintance with us!…

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Using comic strips to communicate disaster risk

Posted by Justin Sharpe on July 10, 2014 at 1:00pm 2 Comments

Yesterday I gave a presentation to a joint STREVA (Strengthening Risk in Volcanic Areas) and EWF (Earthquakes Without Frontiers) as part of the Increasing Resilience to Natural Hazards initiative at University College…

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Silly Timmy adapted for use in Pakistan

Posted by Justin Sharpe on March 30, 2014 at 5:58pm 0 Comments



As you are probably aware, I created a comic aimed at helping younger children learn about appropriate behaviour and actions, before during and after disaster events called Silly Timmy. It was first published through here and on Facebook and has been translated into other languages,…

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