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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.

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Unveiling the cost of internal displacement SOURCE: IDMC 2019
Communicating about heatwaves: risk perception, message fatigue, and threat normalisation SOURCE: Univ of Adelaide, the 2019
Resilient Chicago: a plan for inclusive growth and a connected city SOURCE: 100RC 2019
Climate change: the cascade effect: cascading impacts and implications for Aotearoa New Zealand SOURCE: Victoria University of Wellington; Deep South National Science Challenge (NZ) 2019
Financing climate resilience in African cities SOURCE: USAID, United States of America - gov 2019
Heat waves and human health: emerging evidence and experience to inform risk management in a warming world SOURCE: USAID, United States of America - gov 2019
The enabling environment for disaster risk financing in Fiji: country diagnostics assessment SOURCE: ADB 2019
Social media usage patterns during natural hazards SOURCE: PLoS 2019
Ready or not: protecting the public's health from diseases, disasters and bioterrorism (2019) SOURCE: TFAH 2019
Update of early warning indicators of flash floods: a case study of Hunjiang District, Northeastern China SOURCE: MDPI 2019
Methodological development and piloting: typological and socio-economic analysis of enabling and constraining factor to CSA adoption and related gender sensitive outcomes SOURCE: CGIAR 2019
Gender disaggregated CSA adoption trends: results from two different surveys in Tuma-La Dalia in Nicaragua SOURCE: CGIAR 2019
Water flows in the Murray-Darling basin: observed versus expected SOURCE: Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists 2019
Global catastrophe recap - January 2019 SOURCE: Aon Benfield 2019
This is a crisis: facing up to the age of environmental breakdown SOURCE: IPPR 2019
The resilience report: disaster displacement SOURCE: Jumpstart 2019
Climate risk profile: Rwanda SOURCE: USAID, United States of America - gov 2019
Climate risk profile: Nigeria SOURCE: USAID, United States of America - gov 2019
Trans-boundary early warning systems in Asia SOURCE: AIDMI 2019
Building on the base: TCFD disclosure in Asia SOURCE: AIGCC 2018
The radiological accident in Chilca SOURCE: IAEA 2018
Regional overview of food security and nutrition in Africa 2018 SOURCE: FAO; UNECA 2018
Trans-border flood early warning system in South Asia: practices, challenges and prospects SOURCE: Practical Action Nepal 2018
Disability data collection: a summary review of the use of the Washington Group Questions by development and humanitarian actors SOURCE: Leonard Cheshire; HI 2018
The earthquake disaster risk in Japan and Iran and the necessity of dynamic learning from large earthquake disasters over time SOURCE: IntechOpen Ltd. 2018
Australasian journal of disaster and trauma studies: Volume 22, Port Hills wildfire special issue SOURCE: Massey University 2018
VI Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Americas, Cartagena, Colombia 20-22 June 2018 VI Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Americas, Cartagena, Colombia 20-22 June 2018.
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