Climate change makes extreme weather events happen more frequently, but Japan is no stranger to landslides, flooding, and managing disasters.
The study finds that Kaikoura's psychosocial and economic post-disaster recovery aligned with the BBB Framework, relevant for its recovery.
A better understanding of the smooth transition of the various phases of the PDR can help policymakers and disaster management practitioners.
The study's findings will help governments at various levels, practitioners of resilience and disaster risk management, and policymakers.
The study proposed using the Building Back Better Framework for climate change adaptation and disaster recovery in Rarotonga, Cook Islands.
The Science for Disaster Risk Management 2020 report moves from identifying problems to providing solutions sharing information.
Japan invests in disaster risk reduction, seismic engineering, artificial intelligence, modern techniques, and climate resilience structures.
MHEW symposium promotes research, science & technology, supporting the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2020 implementation.
The Brown Bag Resilience Series will be a string of short webinars on disaster risk reduction, emergency mgt, and climate change adaptation.
Countries with the same issues can use this report as a reference and basis for their climate adaptation and post-disaster recovery program.