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ClimProspect, a new theoretical and methodological approach to disaster risks resilience

Source(s):  Centre Africain de Recherche Scientifique et de Formation (Cres)

For many territories around the world, one of the threats related to climate change would be increased pressure of disaster risks on economic and social development. Responses to this challenge include promoting improved disaster risks resilience, by improving the scientific basis, methodological and decision-making aspects of resilience processes and actions. The objective of this paper is to present ClimProspect, an innovative theoretical and methodological approach that offers robust scientific tools for more efficient and effective disaster risks resilience processes. Specifically, ClimProspect suggests focusing resilience processes and actions on resilience configurations and proposes methodological units to characterize and build such configurations.



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  • ClimProspect, a new theoretical and methodological approach to disaster risks resilience
  • Publication date 2019
  • Author(s) Badolo, Mathieu
  • Number of pages 4 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 2630-1245 (ISSN)

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