SE10: Science Meets Practice – How can Science Contribute to Risk Reduction, Disaster Management and Climate Change Adaptation?

  • ID: SE10
  • Date & Time: Wednesday 11 May (12:45 - 13:45)
  • Room: B-CCV
  • Participation: Open
  • Organizer: Organized by DPRI (Kyoto University), International Disaster Reduction Conference-Global Risk Forum Davos, Integrated Research for Disaster Risk and International Council for Scientific Unions

Description

Worldwide, people need efficient, sustainable solutions for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. Integrative risk management, vulnerability reduction, and increase resilience are topics requiring a multidisciplinary approach. How can science learn from practice and respond appropriately to practical needs? Are the practitioners ready to accept solutions from science? How can we bridge the gap between science and practice? The side event will address these questions in a plenary with scientists and practitioners, contributing to a better understanding of each other’s needs and possibilities and to recommend further action.


Background Papers

> Final Side Event Programme [PDF, 11.62 Kb]


Presentations

> What practice needs from science - Lessons from mine action [PDF, 3.07 Mb]

> Impact Assessment of Water Environment in the Future due to Global Warming [PDF, 2.40 Mb]

> The need of a Global Risk Modeling Initiative [PDF, 3.53 Mb]

> IRDR-Japan response to Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami [PDF, 2.50 Mb]


Report

> Report on the Science Meets Practice – How can Science Contribute to Risk Reduction, Disaster Management and Climate Change Adaptation? Side Event [PDF, 246.11 Kb]

Last updated: 30 July 2014