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Towards climate smart disaster risk reduction in Asia

Source(s):  All India Disaster Mitigation Institute (AIDMI), issue no. 88, November 2012:

This issue addresses the efforts for disaster risk reduction (DRR) with integration of climate change and development. Climate Smart Disaster Risk Managment is an inclusive concept which describes the additional elements of managing disaster risk that are needed in a changing climate. It presents articles covering different aspects including, approach of Climate Smart Disaster Risk Management - CSDRM, loss and damage, investigation of disaster, SREX utilization, ecology based approach and climate change and livelihood.

The articles includes: (i) The process of the Climate Smart Disaster Risk Management Approach (CSDRM); (ii) Key Issue in addressing climate change associated loss and damage in Asia; (iii) Forensic investigations of disaster in the context of climate change adaptation; (iv) Mainstreaming DRR into climate compatible development; (v) CSDRM: agenda for action in India; (vi) On the way to sustainable disaster management: tuning the policy planning; (vii) A preview analysis of disaster risk management through the CSDRM approach in Odisha; (viii) Eliminating water disputes – towards sustainable ecology-based livelihood and DRR;(ix) SREX utilization in Pakistan: way ahead; (x) Impact of climate change on livelihood: challenge faced by poor in rural areas.

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  • Towards climate smart disaster risk reduction in Asia
  • Publication date 2012
  • Number of pages 20 p.

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