Google is proud to sponsor the Resilience Hub at COP26. We are committed to contributing to a resilient planet by unifying our technology, partnerships, and resources around a single mission — to foster sustainability at scale. Nithya Sowriraian Director, Global Solutions, Google Earth and Earth Engine By organising information about our planet, and making it actionable […]
Over the next decade, the relationship between business and the natural world will be a defining one. We believe every business needs to play its part in turning their climate change commitments into action, which is why we’re proud to support the Race to Resilience’s global ambition for climate adaptation and resilience. Hannah Routh, sustainability […]
The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Markets, Risk & Resilience (MRR) at UC Davis develops and tests financial and market innovations that take the most promising agricultural tools for families in developing economies from the lab to the field. Why we’re supporting the Resilience Hub The Innovation Lab at UC Davis was established by […]
Feature: Climate and disaster risk finance and insurance: what works and what doesn’t? A strategic Evidence Roadmap
Janek Toepper from the InsuResilience Global Partnership shares a new ambitious roadmap to enhance the reach and effectiveness of insurance and risk finance solutions for climate disasters. Join InsuResilience for the launch of the roadmap at the COP26 Resilience Hub. This is the fifth story in the Windows on Resilience series produced by CDKN and […]
We asked the Climate Heritage Network, our partners in the Arts, Culture and Heritage theme, to tell us something about their work and their presence at COP26 Why we’re supporting the Resilience Hub Tackling climate change requires an all-of-society-effort but too often the cultural dimensions have been missed. The Climate Heritage Network represents a cross […]
Given the scope and scale of these threats, the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center (Arsht-Rock) knows it must act collectively to successfully deploy solutions that address both natural threats and human vulnerabilities.
We asked the Risk-Informed Early Action Partnership, our partners in the Early Warning, Early Action theme, to tell us something about their work and their presence at COP26 Involvement with the COP Resilience Hub The Risk-informed Early Action Partnership (REAP) brings together an unprecedented range of stakeholders across the climate, humanitarian and development communities with […]
InsuResilience Global Partnership explains more about their work and how it connects with the aims of the COP Resilience Hub.
The Efficiency for Access Coalition explains more about their work and how it connects with the aims of the COP Resilience Hub.
The International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) explains more about their work and how it connects with the aims of the COP Resilience Hub.