Climate-informed reduction of disaster risk

This leaflet provides a review of the accomplishments and remaining tasks of the Pledge Project, which was born in 2007 when the Netherlands government and Red Cross jointly pledged to help a pilot group of National Societies adapt their efforts to reduce disaster-risk to the ever-rising hazards of climate change. Published in 2009.

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