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Coastal communities around the world are experiencing unprecedented rates of change due to population growth, human induced vulnerability, and global climate change. The effects of this change are placing communities at increasing risk of inundation from coastal hazards including tsunamis, storm surges and shoreline erosion. This compendium aims to provide examples of good practice in preparedness for, and awareness of, tsunami and other sea-level related hazards, selected from the case-studies presented at a NEAMTIC workshop (UNESCO-IOC, 2012), complemented by experience gained from countries outside the NEAM region.