Climate Change and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction
This article reviews the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (2015-2030) (SFDRR), and provides an analysis of how climate change is addressed in the SFDRR and the potential implications for dealing with climate change within the context of DRR. The authors argue that the issue of climate change could have been used to further promote an all-vulnerabilities and all-resilience approach. Link to article.
Navigating Complexity through Knowledge Co-production: Mainstreaming Ecosystem Services into Disaster Risk Reduction
Efforts to reduce the risks and impacts of natural hazards present potential opportunities to mainstream ecosystem services into decisions. This special feature published by the National Academy of Sciences presents experiences of applying a "knowledge co-production approach" based on social-ecological systems research, to develop an integrated understanding of the natural hazard and its drivers and impacts, among a broad range of stakeholders. Four case studies are discussed. Link to publication.