Earthquakes, landslides and heavy rainfall often cause long-term disruption of transport systems in South Asia, resulting in economic setbacks affecting internal trade and regional integration.…

Masatsugu Takamatsu, Julian Palma |

Los países centroamericanos han trabajado para construir instituciones y marcos de políticas que los preparen para enfrentar amenazas climáticas y disminuir su riesgo de sufrir desastres, pero…

Haris Sanahuja, Katharina Siegmann |

With climate change, extreme events are expected to be the “new normal” for many small island developing states. It will take coordination and action from multiple stakeholders to effectively…

Joaquin Toro, Kerri Cox |

“Resilient users” are individuals, households, and communities that are constantly devising new ways to cope with lack of infrastructure.

Maitreyi Bordia Das |

Centroamérica es la segunda región de más rápida urbanización en el mundo. Se estima que para el año 2050 el número de personas viviendo en las ciudades crecerá un 40%.

Haris Sanahuja, Luis Triveno |

South Asia is home to some of the world’s countries most vulnerable to climate change. In the past decade alone, nearly 700 million people—half of the region’s population—were affected by one or…

Ditte Fallesen, Haris Khan, Ahsan Tehsin, Atishay Abbhi |

Central America has great development opportunities that aim at strengthening resilience by managing its current risks

Haris Sanahuja |

A pesar de los desafíos, en Centroamérica existen grandes posibilidades de desarrollo que apuntan a fortalecer su resiliencia.

Haris Sanahuja |

As heatwaves intensify, life for many South Asians will change. While this change may not be fully reversible, with appropriate policy and action, it can be managed to ease its impact.

Muthukumara Mani, Gulrez Shah Azhar |