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Design. Data. Communication. City Climate Resilience
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London National Park City* Jul 21
Today the will be launching the first Universal Charter for . Developed internationally in partnership with and , the Charter aims to inspire and support future National Park Cities and encourage collaboration.
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Resurgence Jul 5
Great discussion this week on sustainable Infrastructure at but no view on data / information/ comms infrastructure as critical for climate resilience/adaptation.We are ready to help you on this. ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁩⁦⁩ ⁦
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Met Office worldwide Jul 3
OPEN CALL: The HIGHWAY project in East Africa is seeking an expert to map the capacity and investment needs of the Sustainability Plan. The deadline is 15 July 2019. Find out more
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Deon Nel Jul 3
Secretary of State for International Development for UK, Rory Stewart, announces a new 190 million GBP research fund on Climate and Resilience.
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Resurgence Jul 3
"Resilience is central to the conversation. The City is the space in which you can bring all stakeholders together to solve challenge of climate adaptation." Naoko Ishii, CEO at
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Resurgence Jul 2
Standout quote of so far 'Flow of data and information both up & down & across the chain is critical' Malcom Ridout, DFID. Here's an initial mapping of that very flow of extreme weather information to elderly communities in Chiang Mai.
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Resurgence Jul 2
As severe heat impacts take hold, we need to protect vulnerable communities & the infrastructure that serves them. We are at and ready to share our stories on how only open scalable tools & new financing models can meet our climate crisis
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Resurgence Jul 1
We are participating in taking part in events hosted by . Come find us to share your stories on innovating to reduce urban climate risk & explore how we can help you to increase your impact.
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Resurgence Jun 20
Our own Amy Willox mapping the flow of weather and climate information to the elderly residents of flood prone Chiang Mai.Our urban information ecosystems mapping tool supported by was 1 of no. of AI IOT, risk comms projects chosen by the World Bank Urban Flood Lab.
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WMO | OMM May 14
One of the take-home messages of conference. Science, technology and big data save lives, but communication is key. Warnings must be useful, be usable, be used, address real user problems and inform viable user responses. @undrrr
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IcebreakerOne May 17
INVITATION: Presentation & open discussion — please join us today (Friday) from 11am at Room 13 —
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Lisa Robinson May 16
Talking about risk... What's hot and where do we need to pull up our socks? Come to this informal session at "Communicating risk: Hotspots and blind spots"
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Resurgence May 16
Linear approaches to early warning systems and last mile thinking are inadequate. Let’s apply natural ecosystems approaches to EWS & weather & climate services to generate the inclusive information flows & feedback loops communities & planners/ responders need.
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Resurgence May 14
We declare a & . We need usable data & better decision science to help us address our global crises. Icebreaker One is part of our Emergency Response.
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Resurgence May 14
How can IcebreakerOne & Resurgence help you accurately model and understand your risks, including systemic risks, and to better prepare for, or prevent, the loss of lives, livelihoods &disruptions ?
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Resurgence May 13
Top quote , Day 1,of MHEWC II : Paul Davies, Chief Meteorologist, UK Met Office on treating those most need EWS with respect : 'People will forget what said, people will forget what you did, but they will never forget how you made them feel'. Maya Angelou @
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Resurgence May 13
Geneva Global Platform on DRR has kicked off this am with a great discussion on Connecting the Last Mile. Key take-aways : the Last Mile = 1st Mile | We need to focus on building from bottom up localised Early Warning Systems (EWS) as well as national EWS
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amy willox May 13
The 4th World Reconstruction Conference has started with strong opening messages calling for greater ambition for inclusion of all to achieve resilient recovery
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Resurgence May 7
Our Team will be on deck next week at the Geneva Global Platform to advance our Sendai Commitment. Join us & share your stories on unlocking risk data for climate action, connecting the last mile thru inclusive early warning system design.# gpdrr2019
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Resurgence May 2
Delighted that we, along with and CCI,are shortlisted finalists on the GRP Innovation Challenge for our work with on the partnership to improve weather & climate information to the residents of urban informal settlements
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