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TitleYearTypes
Natural disaster management SOURCE: IDNDR 1999 Good practices
International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction (IDNDR) programme forum 1999 - proceedings SOURCE: IDNDR 1999 Conference proceedings
Lessons learned from the 1997-98 El Niño: once burned twice shy? SOURCE: UNEP; NCAR; WMO; UNISDR 2001 Reports
Indigenous knowledge for disaster risk reduction: good practices and lessons learned from experiences in the Asia-Pacific region SOURCE: UNISDR AP; EU 2008 Good practices
Private sector activities in disaster risk reduction: good practices and lessons learned SOURCE: UNISDR PPEW 2008 Good practices
Briefing note 02: adaptation to climate change by reducing disaster risks: country practices and lessons SOURCE: UNISDR 2009 Policy
Relationship between natural disasters and poverty: A Fiji case study SOURCE: SPC/SOPAC; UNISDR Pacific 2009 Reports
Joint policy brief for Pacific Island nations on COP 15 Copenhagen, 7–18 December 2009 SOURCE: IFRC; OCHA ROAP; UNISDR Pacific 2009 Policy
Disaster risk management programs for priority countries SOURCE: GFDRR; WB; UNISDR 2009 Reports
Local governments and disaster risk reduction: good practices and lessons learned SOURCE: UNISDR; ITCILO; UNDP Thailand 2010 Good practices
Early warning practices can save lives: selected examples SOURCE: UNISDR PPEW 2010 Good practices
Mid-term review: Pacific regional DRM framework for action SOURCE: SPC/SOPAC; UNISDR Pacific 2010 Occasional papers
Disaster risk management programs for priority countries - 2nd edition SOURCE: GFDRR; UNISDR; WB 2011 Reports
Evidence, monthly UNISDR newsletter: issue 06, March 2012 SOURCE: UNISDR 2012 Magazines
Disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation in the Pacific: an institutional and policy analysis (2012) SOURCE: UNISDR; UNDP 2012 Reports
Evidence, monthly UNISDR newsletter: issue 12, September 2012 SOURCE: UNISDR 2012 Magazines
The Pacific experience in developing policy and legislation on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation SOURCE: UNISDR AP 2013 Reports
2012 Assessing school safety from disasters a global baseline report SOURCE: UNISDR 2013 Reports
Evidence, UNISDR newsletter: issue 18, July/August 2013 SOURCE: UNISDR 2013 Magazines
Evidence, UNISDR newsletter: issue 19, September/October 2013 SOURCE: UNISDR 2013 Magazines
Post-disaster challenges and opportunities: Lessons from the 2011 Christchurch earthquake and Great Eastern Japan earthquake and tsunami SOURCE: WB; UNISDR; Kyoto Univ; ResOrgs 2013 Working papers
Asia-Pacific input document for the Post-2015 Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (HFA2): risk sensitive development as the cornerstone of resilience and sustainability SOURCE: UNISDR AP; Thailand - gov 2014 HFA documents
Sixth Session of the Pacific Platform for Disaster Risk Management: Chair's summary SOURCE: UNISDR Pacific; SPC 2014 Conference proceedings
The business case for disaster risk reduction: final report SOURCE: UNISDR ONEA-GETI; Incheon Metropolitan City, Korea, Rep of - gov 2015 Conference proceedings
Women’s leadership in risk-resilient development: good practices and lessons learned SOURCE: UNISDR 2015
Comparing the direct human impact of natural disasters for two cases: The Christchurch earthquake and Bangkok flood in 2011 SOURCE: UNISDR; Victoria University of Wellington 2015 Working papers
Australia: Adaptation and planning strategies to mitigate the impact of climate change induced sea level rise, flooding and erosion SOURCE: AECOM; UNISDR 2016 Good practices
Australia: Disaster planning and recovery for Tasmanian businesses ‐ delivery of materials and training SOURCE: AECOM; UNISDR 2016 Good practices

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