Re-Energize Governance of DR3 for Sustainable Development Project Public Deposited

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  • Byrne, Catherine
    • Affiliation: The Water Institute, Gillings School of Global Public Health
    • Other Affiliation: Department of Political Science
  • 2022 University College London, London, UK As a 2020/2021 Burch Fellow, I had the pleasure of joining the “Re-Energize Governance of DR3 for Sustainable Development Project” at University College London (UCL). The project, known as “Re-Energize DR3” for short, is a seven-team project sponsored by the Belmont Forum for 2020-2023, created to analyze “the governance of disaster risk reduction and resilience to boost the sustainable development goals.” UCL Energy Institute houses the primary team, and the other teams work in Italy, Qatar, Japan, Mauritius, Ghana, and the United States (at the UNC Water Institute). I arrived in London mid-June and worked with UCL until late August (about nine weeks).
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