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Ecosystem based disaster management planning

Southasiadisasters.net, issue no. 93, June 2013:

This issue presents articles related to ecosystem, climate change, recovery and gender, in relation to disaster management planning in India and beyond. The content includes: (i) ecosystem based flood relief to recovery in Uttarakhand; (ii) a view from Delhi - emerging challenges of disaster risk reduction for the Asian Development Bank; (iii) ecosystem based disaster risk reduction; (iv) climate risk and district disaster management plan of Puri district, Odisha; (v) climate-smart revolution; (vi) addressing natural hazards in planning; (vii) long-term recovery issues in disaster management planning - emerging global trends; (viii) Yogyakarta declaration on disaster risk reduction; (ix) disaster risk reduction in post disaster shelter reconstruction - case study in the Indian sunderbans delta; (xi) gender, risk, and community mobilization in Uganda; (xii) what does the IPCC SREX report mean for India?; (xiii) protecting communities from climate change; (xiv) IUCN in Asia, a note for exploration.

The Preface is written by Munish Kaushik, Cordaid Advisor and Ritesh Kumar, Wetlands International – South Asia; contributions from Mihir R. Bhatt, Kshitij Gupta and Khyati Halani, All India Disaster Mitigation Institute; Prabakar Nanda, Rural Welfare Institute, Odisha; Sanjaya Bhatia, UNISDR; Ansuman Das, Sabuj Sangha, Kolkata; Puji Basuki - Uki, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic of Indonesia; Anisha Rajapakse, Ka Tutandike Trust UK; and Dr. Jean Luc Poncelet, American Health Organization (PAHO), USA.

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  • Themes:Climate Change, Community-based DRR, Disaster Risk Management, Environment, Gender, Governance, Recovery
  • Hazards:Flood
  • Countries/Regions:Asia, India, Uganda

  • Short URL:http://preventionweb.net/go/34328

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