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GAR 2023

GAR Special Report 2023: Mapping resilience for the Sustainable Development Goals

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Overview

Background

The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR)'s Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction 2023 offers a unique perspective on development progress by emphasizing risk and resilience in a changing climate. The report features maps developed in collaboration with the GEM Foundation and other agencies (United Nations Geospatial Information Section, Environmental Systems Research Institute - ESRI), displaying country-level Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) indicators and risk drivers, and showcasing resilience deficits. These maps also present future projections of these deficits under different climate scenarios, incorporating IPCC greenhouse-gas-emission-rate scenarios and representative concentration pathways. 


Duration: 2023

Objectives

The report serves as a comprehensive inter-agency effort to assess and address resilience gaps, aiding in informed decision-making for sustainable development.

Collaborators

GEM Foundation, United Nations Geospatial Information Section, Environmental Systems Research Institute - ESRI 


Funding partner: UNDRR

Location

Geneva, Swizterland

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