Growing scientific evidence suggests that risks due to failure of critical infrastructures (CIs) will increase worldwide, as the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events (EWEs) induced by climate change increases. Such risks are difficult to estimate due to the increasing complexity and interconnectedness of CIs and because information sharing regarding the vulnerabilities of the different CIs is limited. This paper proposes a methodology for risk analysis of systems of interdependent CIs to EWEs.
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This report presents the results of a study that compares country practices in the management of the financial implications of disasters on government finances for a set of OECD member and partner countries particularly exposed to natural hazards
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It was interesting to read this report and consider how the SDGs might change insurance of critical infrastructure. It sets out a global action framework for the insurance industry to help make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable in line with UN Sustainable Development Goal 11
This report by 100 Resilient Cities, Enterprise Community Partners, and Rebuild By Design offers a menu of federal recommendations organized into five chapters focusing on infrastructure, housing, economic development and public safety.
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Vanita Suneja of WaterAid reports on what is being done to prevent South Asia running out of underground water, and five key challenges to create a robust groundwater management regime.
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These guidelines establish how the City can increase its resiliency to
unavoidable climate change through design as an integral part of the project planning
process for agencies and their designers.
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