Qadium will find you

Qadium's platform is akin to a Google Street View for the Internet of Things, helping customers find devices on their network they never knew...

Cocoa slump to foil Cameroon

Producers in the world’s fifth-biggest cocoa producer have seen farmgate prices slump by more than a third in the past year as London future...

Benin and Niger pay $159M to Nigeria for power purchased, amid electricity crisis

It also stated that both countries had a combined balance of $92,315,986.20 (N28.22bn) to pay to the NBET, adding that the payments made were...

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Urban Risk Assessments

The rapid and oft en unplanned expansion of cities is exposing more people and economic assets to the risk of disasters and the effects of climate change. For city governments, increased climate variability imposes additional challenges to effective urban management and the delivery of key services, while for residents it increasingly affects their lives and livelihoods due to more frequent floods, landslides, heat waves, droughts, and fires. There is an urgent need for cities to consider disaster and climate change by streamlining assessments of related risks in their planning and management as well as delivery of services.