The systemic nature of risk is increasingly acknowledged within scholarship, policy and practice relating to disaster management. However, a number of conceptual and methodological challenges arise in advancing empirical inquiry in this regard.

Using satellite data, researchers from the Tomorrow’s Cities Hub, analysed Quito’s recent historical urban expansion and multi-hazard risks to identify green spaces that can be used to reduce disaster risk and enhance post-disaster response.

Being one of the top ten fastest urbanizing countries in the world with almost 60% urban areas, Nepal and mostly Kathmandu valley (KV), is undergoing rapid urban transition of spatial, demographic and econom

HUB-Istanbul work package (WP) 2.6 aims to develop tools to analyse the multi-hazard resilience of urban transportation network in complex and evolving metropolitan environment, and propose a demonstrative application to a case study area: Fikirtepe in Istanbul, Turkey.

This research is a part of the UKRI GCRF funded project Tomorrow’s Cities, which has the objective to encourage pro-poor risk-sensitive planning in Istanbul, Kathmandu, Nairobi and Quito.

La Secretaría General de Planificación, en coordinación con el Instituto Metropolitano de Planificación Urbana, el Instituto de la Ciudad y la Secretaría de Territorio, Hábitat y Vivienda, se encuentra e

El Centro de investigación aplicada Ciudades del Mañana “Tomorrow’s Cities - Urban Risk in Transition” es impulsado por el Gobierno del Reino Unido en cuatro ciudades del mundo: Estambul (Turquía), Kathmandu (Nepal), Nairobi (Kenia) y Quito (E

El Centro Ciudades del Mañana (Tomorrow’s Cities), conformado por la Escuela Politécnica Nacional, la Universidad San Francisco de Quito, la Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales Flacso-Ecuador, y de varias universidades y centros de investi

The two Review and Learning Workshops of the Quito Hub took place on the 4th and 11th September 2020. These workshops aimed at analysing and discussing the challenges and opportunities of our work until now, and at learning relevant lessons to guide our future work.