Climate Change

We can’t rid Asia of natural disasters. But we can prepare for them

Sandbags are put in front of a shop at Lei Yue Mun, a village as one of the several areas at-risk, as Typhoon Mangkhut approaches Hong Kong, China September 14, 2018. REUTRERS/Bobby Yip - RC12B51BE620

Building disaster resilience is central to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Image: REUTERS

Nathanial Matthews
Chief Executive Officer, Global Resilience Partnership
Deon Nel
CEO, Global Resilience Partnership
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