Public sector

Worldwide, governments, state and local agencies and NGOs struggle to keep pace with increases in the frequency, volume and impact of extreme weather events. These events rank first on the list of threats forecast to pose a critical risk to the world over the next two years.

This new reality has placed a spotlight on government organizations and the ways in which they help the communities they serve prepare for, respond to and recover from extreme weather events.

Download our eBook to explore how different types of events have different lead times—long, short and little to none—and how those differences affect preparedness measures and what to consider when mitigating potential effects.

February 15, 2024
  • Public sector
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