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No time to lose: Knowledge sharing is key in the race against climate change and disasters

Knowledge sharing is key to mitigating global disaster risks. Image: Unsplash/Chris Gallagher

Victor Mulas

ICT Policy Specialist, World Bank

Frederico Pedroso

Disaster Risk Management Specialist, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery – GFDRR, The World Bank

Hiromi Akiyama

Disaster Risk Management Research Specialist, Tokyo Disaster Risk Management Hub, World Bank

James Lee

Knowledge Management Analyst, World Bank

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