Catalyzing Climate and Disaster Resilience: Processes for Identifying Tangible and Economically Robust Strategies

Posted On: 2009-08-12

At a global level, evidence regarding the economic impacts of climate change and disasters has become more visible. It is now widely recognised that recurrent disasters weaken the ability of regions, nations and global community to meet basic development goals. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the cost and benefits of disaster risk reduction in case study areas in India, Nepal and Pakistan. The focus in on water related disasters and the manner in which they may change as consequences of climate change. The programme was financed by DFID. Related activities financed by IDRC, NOAA and ProVention have also been undertaken in conjunction with the programme and have contributed in a substantive manner to the results .

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