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The dilemmas of risk-sensitive development on a small volcanic island
In the Small Islands Developing State (SIDS) of St Vincent and the Grenadines in the Caribbean, the most destructive disasters in terms of human casualties have been the multiple eruptions of LaExpand
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Self-recovery from disasters An interdisciplinary perspective
odi.org • Self-recovery: most disaster-affected families rebuild their homes relying on their own and local resources, with little or no external assistance. • Context: the governmental, economic,Expand
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Bio-oil upgrading with catalytic pyrolysis of biomass using Copper/zeolite-Nickel/zeolite and Copper-Nickel/zeolite catalysts.
The bio-oil obtained from a general pyrolysis process contains a higher concentration of oxygenated compounds and the resultant physical and chemical properties make it an unsuitable drop-in fuel.Expand
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Modulating Activity through Defect Engineering of Tin Oxides for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction
Abstract The large‐scale application of electrochemical reduction of CO2, as a viable strategy to mitigate the effects of anthropogenic climate change, is hindered by the lack of active andExpand
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Resilience in the SDGs Developing an indicator for Target 1 . 5 that is fit for purpose
developmentprogress.org An appropriate indicator for target 1.5 is needed. This paper provides one proposal as a first step to stimulate further debate. We outline a comprehensive approach forExpand
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CO2 reforming of methane over MCM-41-supported nickel catalysts: altering support acidity by one-pot synthesis at room temperature
Abstract Highly structured neat MCM-41, Na-form, and Al-incorporated MCM-41 mesoporous materials were synthesized using a simple, one-pot procedure at room temperature. The neat MCM-41 materialExpand
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Setting, measuring and monitoring targets for reducing disaster risk
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Disability inclusion and disaster risk reduction: Overcoming barriers to progress
• People with disabilities are not a homogenous group. Disability intersects with a range of other individual, social, economic and cultural factors, leading to differing vulnerabilities andExpand
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The Triple Dividend of Resilience—A New Narrative for Disaster Risk Management and Development
To secure development gains and help eradicate poverty in the long run, it is critical to strengthen ex-ante disaster risk management (DRM) measures that build resilience at the household, firm andExpand
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