Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia

Progress, Challenges, and Issues
 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 12. September 2018
 
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  • Softcover
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  • XLVIII, 639 Seiten
978-3-319-85399-4 (ISBN)
 
This book is a unique, transdisciplinary summary of the state of the art of disaster risk reduction (DRR) in Indonesia. It provides a comprehensive overview of disaster risk governance across all levels and multiple actors including diverse perspectives from practitioners and researchers on the challenges and progress of DRR in Indonesia. The book includes novel and emerging topics such as the role of culture, religion, psychology and the media in DRR. It is essential reading for students, researchers, and policy makers seeking to understand the nature and variety of environmental hazards and risk patterns affecting Indonesia.
Following the introduction, the book has four main parts of key discussions. Part I presents disaster risk governance from national to local level and its integration into development sectors, Part II focuses on the roles of different actors for DRR, Part III discusses emerging issues in DRR research and practice, and Part IV puts forward variety of methods and studies to measure hazards, risks and community resilience.
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017
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  • 55 farbige Tabellen, 48 s/w Abbildungen, 64 farbige Abbildungen
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  • 55 Tables, color; 64 Illustrations, color; 48 Illustrations, black and white; XLVIII, 639 p. 112 illus., 64 illus. in color.
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  • Breite: 15.5 cm
  • 1393 gr
978-3-319-85399-4 (9783319853994)
10.1007/978-3-319-54466-3
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Dr Riyanti Djalante is a Research Associate at the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS) in Bonn, Germany, supported by an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship for Experienced Researchers.
Dr Djalante's research focuses in disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA), resilience, vulnerability, and environmental governance for sustainable development.
She is involved in many scientific collaborations including as a lead author of the IPCC Special Report on global warming of 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels, UNEP Global Environmental Outlook 6 and the UNISDR Words into Action guides following the Sendai Framework for DRR.
She is involved in scientific networks including: Earth System Governance (ESG), International Social Science Council (ISSC), Urbanization and Global Environmental Change (UGEC).
In her home country of Indonesia, she has 10 years' experience working for Kendari City local government for development planning and Disaster Management. In addition, Dr Djalante has consulted international development agencies on issues related to governance, DRR and CCA.

Part I: Hazards and risks in Indonesia.- Chapter 1. Volcanic eruption.- Chapter 2. Earthquake.- Chapter 3. Tsunami.- Chapter 4. Landslide.- Chapter 5. Flood.- Chapter 6. Windstorm.- Chapter 7. Forest fire. Chapter 8. Coastal erosion.- Part II: Measuring and Reducing Vulnerability.- Chapter 9. Poverty and disaster.- Chapter 10. Gender and disaster.- Chapter 11. Children, youth and disaster.- Chapter 12. Ethics, culture, religion and disaster.- Chapter 13. Building community resilience at the coastal areas.-Part III: Institutions and governance for DRR.- Chapter 14. Actors and programming/activities at the national level.- Chapter 15. Actors and programming/activities at the sub-national level.- Chapter 16. Actors and programming/activities at the local level: case study of Kendari City.- Chapter 17. Programs by international agencies: UNDP, Mercy Corps, USAID.- Chapter 18. Programs by international agencies: MPBI, HFI.- Chapter 19. Financing DRR: World Bank.- Chapter 20. Research activities: ITB, IPB, TDMCR, UNU.- Part IV: Managing Disaster risks.- Chapter 21. Tsunami Early warning system.- Chapter 22. Community preparedness.- Chapter 23. On physical reconstruction.- Chapter 24. 10 Years of Aceh tsunami.- Part V: DRR and beyond.- Chapter 25. Role of Indonesia in the ASEAN region.- Chapter 26. Review of the implementation of the Hyogo Framework for Action, and the SFDRR MPBI.- Chapter 27. Latest DRR and CCA Integration in Indonesia.- Chapter 28. The SDGs RD.

This book is a unique, transdisciplinary summary of the state of the art of disaster risk reduction (DRR) in Indonesia. It provides a comprehensive overview of disaster risk governance across all levels and multiple actors including diverse perspectives from practitioners and researchers on the challenges and progress of DRR in Indonesia. The book includes novel and emerging topics such as the role of culture, religion, psychology and the media in DRR. It is essential reading for students, researchers, and policy makers seeking to understand the nature and variety of environmental hazards and risk patterns affecting Indonesia.
Following the introduction, the book has four main parts of key discussions. Part I presents disaster risk governance from national to local level and its integration into development sectors, Part II focuses on the roles of different actors for DRR, Part III discusses emerging issues in DRR research and practice, and Part IV puts forward variety of methods and studies to measure hazards, risks and community resilience.

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