Breaking the vicious cycle of disasters: How preventing housing collapse can reshape risk reduction
By 2030, 40% of the world will be living in substandard housing, and an increasing number of the global population is at risk of one or more hazards. Yet, despite repeating losses that are disproportionately concentrated in the housing sector during disasters, housing loss is often addressed after the fact. Build Change has identified three key factors for addressing resilient housing: people, money and technology. With a whole of society approach to increase the resilience of houses, we can create a virtuous cycle for a resilient future. Let’s build better now.
Speaker: Mediatrich Triani
BNDCC 1-Ground Floor