Canada’s first National Day Against Gun Violence paves the way forward to help mitigate gun violence and promote healing for survivors.
The record-breaking Cyclone Freddy was a wake-up call to prepare for the storms of the future.
Indonesia government has a nationwide seismic hazard map but without an operational map for seismic mitigation
Flood risks are rising as the climate warms. The risks are complex, as a levee or new roadway in one place can worsen flooding somewhere else.
Overlooking people with disability in disaster preparations and responses makes them even more vulnerable. A new partnership has shown they can play meaningful and active roles.
Clear messaging is crucial when dealing with multiple disasters.
What is political will or political commitment to disaster risk reduction? Why is it important to measure political commitment? And how to measure it?
Canadian history and international relations theory gives us perspective on why co-ordinating flood management has proven so difficult in Canada and what can be done about it.
Engineers know how and where to build to minimize earthquake damage. But laws don’t always reflect that wisdom. A new study suggests it’s because of a mismatch between risk perceptions and reality.
Disaster information needs to come from all sections of a community at risk, and we need to leave nobody marginalised.
Whether in direct response to these events or as a way of coping with their consequences, many Indonesians react to the unpredictability of the natural world with a “wait and see” attitude.
Earthquakes and tsunami in Indonesia this year did not only leave a deep sorrow. It made us rethink the relationship between humans, technology and nature in Indonesia.