By Rajib Shaw, Juan Pulhin, Joy Pereira
"Following on from quantity four during this sequence, which checked out matters and demanding situations with reference to weather switch variation (CCA) and catastrophe hazard aid (DRR), quantity five has a particular specialize in Asia. Arguably one of the areas of the area so much liable to weather switch, Asia has assorted mechanisms for CCA and DRR actions. Synergies among DRR and CCA during this area are priceless not just to avoid duplicities and derive optimum advantages from scarce assets but in addition so as to add price to tasks via classes learnt from quite a few views. This quantity offers 19 case experiences from thirteen international locations and areas in Asia. The case experiences spotlight assorted facets of CCA-DRR access issues, comparable to coverage interventions, drought probability administration, coastal administration, agro-forestry, lagoon administration, livelihood concerns and chance communique. A important relief to scholars and researchers within the box of catastrophe threat relief, weather swap, environmental reports and similar hazards, it offers a better wisdom at the present pattern of study within the box additionally for practitioners and coverage makers utilising the collective wisdom into coverage and selection making"--Provided via publisher. Read more...
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Risk communication plays a crucial role in bridging the gap between the expert knowledge and local knowledge. Thus, the chapter argues that an appropriate risk communication system is required to link the CCA–DRR in Japan. Chapter 7 by Fujita and Shaw exempliﬁes the forest management as the key to CCA in Japan. The chapter addresses the following four questions: (1) What are the impacts of climate change on forest? (2) What are the measures for the impacts on climate change? (3) How does Japan manage to adapt to the climate change in forest sectors?
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Chapter 5 by Iwasaki and Shaw provides a case study on livelihood security by citing the example of Chilika lagoon ﬁsheries issues. The chapter argues that the lagoon areas are considered one of the most vulnerable places against climate variability, since the area is fragile to ecological and physical balances. It is important to note that the impacts of climate change cover not just occupational activities but also multifaceted aspects of rural livelihoods that determine the extent of their capacity to adapt to changes in climate.
Climate change adaptation and disaster risk management : an Asian perspective by Rajib Shaw, Juan Pulhin, Joy Pereira