In order to understand how UR can better serve the community, the managing team commissioned an independent evaluation of the community and its activities. Learn about how risk characteristics are identified, how this information is used to assess overall risk, and how this information is used to address risk.
A 100-year flood doesn't only happen once per century. So why is it called that? Use this tool to see the likelihood of experiencing an extreme hazard event in any given year.
Aftershocks: Remodeling the Past for a Resilient Future aims to provide readers with an accessible look at what would happen today if we were to experience some of the iconic disasters of the past, exploring how risk modeling can be used to analyze natural events that led to past disasters and understand how these events might impact today’s more populous and connected world.
Catrisktools provides a free and open access global directory of catastrophe risk assessment tools. It provides a comprehensive listing of available tools, with information on key attributes to help a potential user assess their applicability to the problem they are trying to solve.
ThinkHazard! by GFDRR is a simple and quick, yet robust, analytical tool that enables development specialists to determine for their project the potential likelihood of 11 natural hazards, and what actions they should take to make their project resilient.
Learn about how risk characteristics are identified, how this information is used to assess overall risk, and how this information is used to address risk.
The GAR Atlas presents the output of a Global Risk Model (GRM) that can estimate the disaster risk associated with different kinds of hazard faced by national economies t hroughout the world.
This guideline focuses on Sendai Framework’s first Priority for Action: Understanding Disaster Risk, which is the basis for all measures on disaster risk reduction and is closely linked to the other three Priorities for Action.
This book covers both the practical and theoretical aspects of catastrophe modelling for insurance industry practitioners and public policymakers.
FAST is developing down-stream online open data mapping services for the European Earth Observation Programme Copernicus to support nature-based shoreline protection against flooding and erosion.
This short course provides an overview of the approach and toolset developed by the Open Data for Resilience Initiative.