International Disaster Recovery
A resource for professionals with an interest in water, ecosystems, agriculture and procurement in UK food and drink companies, explaining water management in operations and agricultural supply chains
Leading companies are increasingly aware of the value that nature and the processes that it supports provide their brands, business, and society. This report outlines 5 priority recommendations.
In August and September this year, communities across the world experienced devastation. From mudslides and subsequent flooding in Sierra Leone, widespread flooding across Southern Asia, catastrophic hurricanes that swept across the Caribbean and United States, the earthquake that struck Mexico and the surge in fleeing refugees in response to the ongoing Rohingya crisis. During such major disasters, business has an important role to play.
An insight paper which will help you to review your business, humanitarian and environmental case for action in the event of an international disaster.
Every dollar invested into disaster preparedness saves multiple dollars in relief. It therefore makes huge sense to plan and prepare for disasters. These grab sheets summarise each of the modules from within Addressing International Disaster Relief and Resilience: Guidance for Business
Disaster response specialist and founding member of The Prince’s Business Emergency Resilience Group (BERG), Adler & Allan, play a fundamental role in BERG’s leadership and delivery, helping to support the programme’s objectives to help businesses prepare for and recover from a wide range of emergencies.
This publication, sponsored by GSK is designed to support you in developing a strategy for your organisation, including guidance on leveraging all the relevant tools at your disposal.
This publication looks at the ways in which business is changing its approach to address the increasing frequency and intensity of natural emergencies.
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