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Monthly Archives: November, 2020

Natural disasters are increasing. The world’s poorest are left to fend for themselves.

Natural disasters are increasing. The world’s poorest are left to fend for themselves. More than 100 disasters — many of which were climate- and weather-related — have affected more than … Continue reading

24/11/2020 · Leave a comment

The ‘market’ won’t save us from climate disaster. We must rethink our system

A look back at Cagayan flooding If there’s a word to describe the recent flooding that happened in Cagayan due to Typhoon Ulysses, it would be “surprising,” at least according … Continue reading

23/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Post-pandemic: How to rebuild resilience and trust

Self-confident entrepreneurs thrive in stable economies, while resilient entrepreneurs thrive in adverse settings In times of economic stability, entrepreneurs who exude self-confidence are the most likely to thrive. However, when … Continue reading

22/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Monstrous Hurricane Iota leaves scenes of disaster

This Region Was Just Hit By The Strongest Hurricane Of The Year For A Second Time It’s been exactly a week since I ended my last column here pondering the … Continue reading

21/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Time to throw out the old rulebook: and build our business resilience

More cohesive local collaborations needed for PH disaster risk reduction–HHI Local humanitarian actors should have more cohesive and reciprocal collaborations for the Philippine disaster risk reduction (DRR) system to be … Continue reading

20/11/2020 · Leave a comment

4 ways of activating your state of resilience

Canada’s Top 100 Employers 2021 stand out for their resilience In this age of COVID-19, Canada’s Top 100 Employers 2021 stand out for their resilience. Like all organizations, they were … Continue reading

19/11/2020 · Leave a comment

As the Oceans Warm, Hurricanes Stay Stronger Longer

Scientists warn flooding is the extreme weather Australians should expect this summer Australia’s leading climate scientists have urged the nation to brace for more extreme weather events as temperatures continue … Continue reading

18/11/2020 · Leave a comment

How The ‘Lost Art’ Of Breathing Can Impact Sleep And Resilience

Building for a flooded future: Architects are designing for the new climate reality limate change is making cities more susceptible to flooding. According to a 2019 study, global sea levels … Continue reading

17/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Building wildfire resilience into our communities

Building wildfire resilience into our communities Oregon is no stranger to wildfires. However, the 2020 wildfire season has been one of the most destructive on record with over 400 fires … Continue reading

16/11/2020 · Leave a comment

A parametric approach to pandemic resilience

There’s simply no easy route to resiliency COVID-19 will continue to tax and challenge us. Accepting this can help focus on what it will take to get to April 30. … Continue reading

15/11/2020 · Leave a comment

3 Ways to Build a Resilient Business

Rethinking Resilience in Business COVID-19 is the biggest public-health crisis in a century and has caused the deepest economic recession of the modern era. The pandemic has revealed vulnerabilities in … Continue reading

14/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Are You Resilient?

5 Top Reasons Resilience At Work Matters When we experience disaster, trauma, or distressing psychological events in our personal or professional lives, we usually react with grief and a range … Continue reading

13/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Building Resilience: Five Simple Steps to Thrive

Resilient Employees Are Much More Motivated: Aon Report 86% of resilient employees said they are highly motivated, while only 44% of employees identified as non-resilient said they are highly motivated. … Continue reading

12/11/2020 · Leave a comment

How building with nature can lead a green recovery for our coasts

How building with nature can lead a green recovery for our coasts In Japan, it is traditionally believed that “the forest calls the fish”. This is a more romantic way … Continue reading

11/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Resilience Is More Than a Buzzword: It Boosts the Bottom Line

Resilience Is More Than a Buzzword: BetterUp Research Finds It Boosts the Bottom Line he research finds that companies that grew in resilience experienced thrice the annual growth than those … Continue reading

10/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Employees are twice as motivated and productive if they’re resilient

Employees are twice as motivated and productive if they’re resilient Aon plc (NYSE: AON), a professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions, has released … Continue reading

09/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Don’t give in to disaster fatigue — the more storms that hit, the less we take notice

What is a resilient airport ? What is a resilient airport and why does resilience matter for the aviation industry, now more than ever? 2020 has been tough for aviation. … Continue reading

08/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Hurricane Eta leaves dozens dead in Central America

What are resilient cities? What do the cities of Barcelona, Durban, Melbourne and Paris have in common? They are all resilient cities. As lockdown measures return to cities worldwide due … Continue reading

07/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Firms must encourage physical and emotional resilience during lockdown

Archaeologists reveal human resilience in the face of climate change in ancient Turkey An examination of two documented periods of climate change in the greater Middle East, between approximately 4,500 … Continue reading

06/11/2020 · Leave a comment

The World’s Most Powerful Storm in Four Years Strikes the Philippines

7 critical skills entrepreneurs need to stay resilient in the new normal The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on businesses across all industries around the world has made resilience more … Continue reading

05/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Resilient Supply Chains For Post-COVID Asia

Investing in mission-critical cloud infrastructure for business resilience Organisations have been investing in cloud services to help keep teams connected and collaborating while working remotely throughout the COVID-19 crisis. According … Continue reading

04/11/2020 · Leave a comment

70-year-old pulled out alive in Turkey as quake toll hits 71

Bushfire inquiry says Australia must prepare for ‘alarming outlook’ Australia must prepare for an “alarming” future of simultaneous and worsening natural disasters, says a long-awaited report into the country’s bushfires.  … Continue reading

03/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Vietnam tackles typhoon’s tragic aftermath as new storm threatens region

Nine Ways To Boost Resilience During America’s Double Pandemic Disbelief, horror, fear, and rage. They describe the most intense levels of human emotion a person could experience. Imagine experiencing them … Continue reading

02/11/2020 · Leave a comment

Fostering resilience in uncertain times

My workplace is very stressful; what will help? Work is always stressful to some degree. There is never enough time in the day, you might not have the resources you … Continue reading

01/11/2020 · Leave a comment