SDG 13: Climate Action

Why the world needs to think about disabilities in a world of climate disasters

Climate resilience needs to be more inclusive for people with disabilities. Image: Hans Moerman/Unsplash

Linda Anderson-Berry

Consulting social inclusion specialist, Canada-Caribbean Resilience Facility

Ronette Jordan

Disaster Risk Management Specialist, World Bank Group

Naraya Carrasco

Senior Disaster Risk Management Specialist, World Bank Group

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