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Chief Resilience Officers Tie Economic Stability for All to Disaster Recovery in Cities

BY BILL BRADLEY A flood forced 100,000 people to evacuate Santa Fe, Argentina, in 2003. More than 150 people died in the disaster. It’s been nearly 15 years and the city’s leadership is still figuring out how to retrofit infrastructure and prepare … Continue reading

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Mekong Delta city strives to increase resilience capacity

As a centre of the Mekong Delta, Can Tho is expected to pioneer in the enhancement of urban resilience in Vietnam, heard a workshop held in the city on June 27. Can Tho became a member of the US Rockefeller … Continue reading

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Network Exchange on Biodiversity: City Challenges and Protection Efforts

Earlier this year, Melbourne, Australia hosted the third-ever 100 Resilient Cities Network Exchange, focused on urban biodiversity and city resilience. The Melbourne team was joined by CROs and city team members from Boulder, Durban, New Orleans and Semarang, along with a … Continue reading

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How Two Cities Are Collabrating to Reduce Flood Risk in Vietnam

Da Nang is the third largest city and one of the three largest ports in Vietnam, and the economic hub of the central region. Hoi An, 30 km to the south in Quang Nam province, is a UNESCO World Heritage … Continue reading

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