Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Rajib Shaw, Anshu Sharma|
|Series||Community, environment and disaster risk management -- v. 6|
|LC Classifications||HT241 .C55 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 287 p. :|
|Number of Pages||287|
Chapter 3 Mapping Climate and Disaster Resilience in Cities; Chapter 4 Climate and Disaster Resilience Mapping at National Level; Chapter 5 Climate and Disaster Resilience Mapping in City Clusters; Chapter 6 Climate and Disaster Resilience Mapping at Microlevel of Cities; Chapter 7 Linking Resilience Planning to Hyogo Framework for Action in Cities. Mapping climate and disaster resilience in cities \/ Jonas Joerin, Rajib Shaw -- ch. 4. Climate and disaster resilience mapping at national level \/ Jonas Joerin, Anshu Sharma, Prabodh Dhar Chakrabarti, Rajib Shaw -- ch. 5. Climate and disaster resilience mapping in city clusters \/ Glenn Fernandez, Yukiko Takeuchi, Rajib Shaw -- ch. 6. Climate Resilient Cities is the first tool of its kind for city governments to better understand how to plan for climate change impacts and impending natural disasters through sound urban planning. It equips local governments with information to actively engage in training, capacity building, and capital investment programs that are identified. Climate and disaster resilience in cities Published: () Climate change and cities: first assessment report of the Urban Climate Change Research Network / Published: () Cities and climate change: responding to an urgent agenda / Published: ().
This book presents a comprehensive framework and indicators that can be used to assess the degree of resilience of a city. The chapters highlights state-of-the-art studies on resilient cities in Asia, also provides information not available in English yet. The increase in the occurrences of natural and man-induced disasters have led to higher awareness on the need to move towards disaster and climate resilient cities. "[T]hrough the depth of the essays collected within it, The Resilient City far surpasses previous edited volumes on urban reconstruction."--H-NET "Cities, like people, often show their deepest character under terrifying stress. This book brings together histories of fire, earthquake, terrorism, and war to demonstrate that the most traumatic urban disasters can then become the most dramatic Reviews: In this chapter the objective is to link the causes (risks) with the need of disaster resilient entities (urban areas) in an era in which the climate is changing and natural hazards are likely to occur more frequently and more severely (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), ). The previous chapters defined what a resilient city is and how it can be understood, but another.
Disaster Resilient Cities: Concepts and Practical Examples discusses natural disasters, their complexity, and the exploration of different ways of thinking regarding the resilience of structures. The book provides a blueprint for structural designers to better prepare structures for all types of natural hazards during the design stage. Disasters and Ecosystems, Resilience in a Changing Climate - Source Book () Description Ecosystem-based disaster risk reduction (ECO-DRR) and Ecosystem-based approaches (EbA) have some differences due to being developed in silos, separately in the DRR and CCA communities; however, there is much overlap in practice. Urban Climate Change Resilience The concept of resilience has been useful in addressing climate risk and unexpected events, and in enhancing eff orts to survive and thrive in the context of climate change.1 Urban climate change resilience (UCCR) embraces climate change adaptation, mitigation actions, and disaster . The book helps local governments create training, capacity building, and capital investment programs for building sustainable, resilient communities. A step-by-step self 'Climate Resilient Cities: A Primer on Reducing Vulnerabilities to Disasters' provides city administrators with exactly what they need to know about the complex and compelling 3/5(2).