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: 90% of urban expansion in developing countries takes place near hazard-prone areas. What can be done to safeguard growth and build resilient ? Blog 👉
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Putting a can: ✔️reduce GHG emissions ✔️create new industries & jobs ✔️drive innovation ✔️generate revenues for sustainable development New CPLC “Report of the High-Level Commission on and Competitiveness”:
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Our forests are in crisis. PROGREEN a new global partnership will bolster countries’ efforts to tackle loss of , declining biodiversity, deteriorating land fertility and increasing risks caused by :
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In the Philippines🇵🇭, typhoons in 2009 affected 1M+ schoolchildren and damaged 3,400+ schools. Another typhoon in 2013 damaged 2,500+ schools. What can be done to build in the face of climate change? 👉🏾
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How are people around the world responding and adapting to climate impacts? Check out our series of climate adaptation stories to find out 👉
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World Bank Climate Nov 18
For life-threatening emergencies, average ambulance response time is now just over 5 minutes in many high-income countries. 🚑🚑🚑 But what happens in less developed communities where roads are frequently flooded and impassable? via
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World Bank Climate Nov 18
Want to learn about how the is leveraging data-driven tools to accelerate and mobilize finance? Check out this story by the 's NDC Support Facility:
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World Bank Climate Nov 17
What are 3 key approaches in creating a sustainable disaster recovery solution?
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World Bank Climate Nov 17
Recognizing community land rights is critical to tackling the twin crises of and inequality. Blog by :
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World Bank Climate Nov 17
DYK is home to some of the world’s countries most vulnerable to . Nearly 700 million people-- half of the region’s population-- were affected by one or more climate-related disasters.
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World Bank Climate Nov 17
→ Investing in more resilient infrastructure is sound and profitable, with $4.2 trillion in benefits for low-and-middle-income countries:
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World Bank Climate Nov 17
Climate adaptation is about 🏠homes 🚜farms 👪communities 🚧roads 👩‍🔧jobs 🍎food 💧water 🏙️cities 💪safety and... 👲👩🏼 P E O P L E 👨🏿🧒🏻 Adapt NOW and we can have a stronger, safer and thriving world.
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World Bank Climate Nov 17
Like ? Visit our Carbon Pricing Dashboard to view and download your own reports on trends around the world:
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World Bank Climate Nov 16
Armed with quality data to assess and financial flows, the is in a better position to bolster NDC implementation, as well as raise its :
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World Bank Climate Nov 16
It PAYS to make our homes safer and our schools more resilient. Why? 👉🏾
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World Bank Climate Nov 16
A project in is helping to reduce land-use emissions by promoting sustainable agricultural practices that are improving farmers’ livelihoods and protecting 🐘 and other wildlife. Learn how:
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World Bank Climate Nov 16
that in increasing redundancy can be more efficient than trying to make roads resistant to landslides? Discover why it’s so important to invest in resilient infrastructure:
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World Bank Climate Nov 16
Are you a student passionate about design with new ideas on how to promote behavior change? Download ’s Power Sustainable Lives brief at and apply for the Awards! 🌎
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World Bank Climate Nov 16
🌊Erosion 🌡️Rising temperatures ☔Reduced rainfall 🌴Encroaching sands of the Sahara on oases Moroccans live on the frontlines of . How is the country responding to these challenges?
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