2 edition of Disaster And Development found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||January 1, 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
nodata File Size: 7MB.
Series Abbreviated Title Environmental Hazards• Hazards, risks and disasters in society. Moreover, risk as a function of uncertainty is by definition part non-experiential and non-evidence based Collins. Environmental Hazards 12 1 : 1—4. Non-governmental and community-based organizations play a vital role in the process.
The good, the bad and the ugly: Disaster Risk Reduction DRR versus Disaster Risk Creation DRC. Environmental Hazards 3 3 : 133—136. Sociological Theory 12 1 : 57—72.
Systems function where there may be gaps in knowledge as long as the requisite information gaps are usefully applied to problem solving. The combination of experiential learning of an individual is however supplemented by feelings and beliefs. They can be triggered by other events and cause loads of damage to a community.
Learning from beyond what is personally experienced occurs through an array of secondary sources, such as records of the emergency services, relief and development agencies, libraries, and other written or verbal sources, whether formally documented or not. Community assets are typically going to play a role in how the community prepares, survives, and recovers from a disaster. Floods can destroy a lot because the water tends to stick around before receding and it can cause contamination and diseases to spread.
Recognizing and acting upon the barriers to people taking control of DRR for themselves within their own lives is very much Disaster And Development of the disaster and development paradigm.
Book Subtitle Examining Global Issues and Cases• UNISDR United Disaster And Development International Strategy for Disaster Reduction.
The application of disaster risk management to sustainable development to achieve disaster reduction has variously formed a part of integrated disaster and development studies over decades.
In Disasters, development and the environment, ed.
Such mitigation measures can be either structural or nonstructural.
Systems function where there may be gaps in knowledge as long as the requisite information gaps are usefully applied to problem solving.
Structure and agency and the sticky problem of culture.