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The UNISDR Library

Managing DRR Knowledge

The UNISDR Library is an information centre for disaster risk reduction with over 10,000 publications, multimedia products and education resources.

Most of the libraries materials can be found below.

The UNISDR Library Collection reflects the activities of major stakeholders involved in disaster risk reduction for natural, environmental and technological hazards. It collects books, reports, educational materials, periodicals, proceedings of major conferences and workshops, and electronic resources to support the programmes and activities of UNISDR and its regional offices, governments, NGOs, and the international academic, technical and scientific community.

UNISDR Library Collection
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Australia: Disaster planning and recovery for Tasmanian businesses ‐ delivery of materials and training SOURCE: AECOM; UNISDR 2016
North West Cambridge Integrated Water Management Strategy: University of Cambridge with Innovate UK SOURCE: AECOM; UNISDR 2016
United States of America: Climate change and extreme weather adaptation options for transportation assets SOURCE: AECOM; UNISDR 2016
Adapting English Schools Sites to Reduce Predicted Overheating Impacts Resulting from Climate Change SOURCE: AECOM; UNISDR 2016
Safe Places, Safe Communities: An Evacuation Shelter for the People of Tanauan, Philippines SOURCE: PDRF; UNISDR 2016
100 Resilient Cities project SOURCE: AECOM; UNISDR 2016
Philippines: The case of SM City Cabanatuan mall SOURCE: SM Prime; UNISDR 2016
Philippines: The case of SM City Marikina mall SOURCE: SM Prime; UNISDR 2016
A public‐private partnership for a livelihood seeding program in a post‐disaster context SOURCE: UNISDR; PDRF 2016
Australia: Adaptation and planning strategies to mitigate the impact of climate change induced sea level rise, flooding and erosion SOURCE: AECOM; UNISDR 2016
Canadian wildland fire strategy SOURCE: CCFM 2016
International severe weather and flash flood hazard early warning systems: Leveraging coordination, cooperation, and partnerships through a hydrometeorological project in Southern Africa SOURCE: MDPI 2016
United Nations city disaster resilience scorecards: USA, Chile, Angola SOURCE: IBM; UNISDR 2016
Assessing gender in resilience programming: Myanmar SOURCE: BRACED 2016
Flood risk management and funding SOURCE: Parliament of the UK, United Kingdom - gov 2016
Key lessons and guidelines for post-disaster permanent housing provision in Kelantan (Malaysia) SOURCE: Elsevier 2016
FEMA Building Code Adoption Losses Avoided Studies SOURCE: AECOM; UNISDR 2016
Earthquake science in disaster risk reduction policy and practice in Nepal SOURCE: ODI; EwF 2016
Reducing disaster risk by managing urban land use: Guidance notes for planners SOURCE: ADB 2016
Assessing gender in resilience programming: Uganda SOURCE: BRACED 2016
Incentives for reducing disaster risk in urban areas SOURCE: ADB 2016
Resilient cities SOURCE: OECD 2016
Chronological history and destruction pattern of tornados in Bangladesh SOURCE: SciencePG 2016
Natural disasters and food crises in low-income countries: Macroeconomic dimensions SOURCE: IMF 2016
Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals in the Hindu Kush Himalayas : A smart investment for Asia and the world SOURCE: ICIMOD; GRID-Arendal; UNEP 2016
Assessing gender in resilience programming: Burkina Faso SOURCE: BRACED 2016
United Kingdom: Winter floods 2015-16 SOURCE: Parliament of the UK, United Kingdom - gov 2016
Strengthening Southern Califorina SOURCE: USC 2016
Climate change: Best practices, challenges and lessons learned from existing financial instruments at all levels that address the risk of loss and damage SOURCE: UNFCCC 2016
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