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Environmental legislation for disaster risk management: module 1

Source(s):  Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
National Institute of Disaster Management (India) (NIDM)

“Environmental Legislation for Disaster Risk Management”, training module is based on the analysis of global context of environmental laws, policies and approaches of integrating environment and disaster risk management. This module cites examples of legal and policy framework from across the world, along with special references to the Indian legal framework and disaster management.

This module provides an overview on environmental legislation, and how the existing legal framework for environment management can be used for disaster risk management. It has been sub-divided into three learning units and focuses on Officials from SDMA, State department of environment, science and technology, Planning Board, Land Use Board, urban development, factories, water resources, forest, agriculture, state pollution control boards and faculty members of Institutes involved in similar trainings.

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  • Environmental legislation for disaster risk management: module 1
  • Publication date 2012
  • Author(s) Gupta, Anil K; Nair, Sreeja S.
  • Number of pages 70 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 9788192433677

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