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Spatial planning and resilience following disasters : international and comparative perspectives

Author: Stefan Greiving; Michio Ubaura; Jaroslav Tešliar
Publisher: Bristol : Policy Press, [2016] ©2016
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Spatial planning and resilience following disasters.
Bristol : Policy Press, [2016]
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan Greiving; Michio Ubaura; Jaroslav Tešliar
ISBN: 9781447323600 1447323602 9781447323617 1447323610 9781447323624 1447323629
OCLC Number: 953969176
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 360 pages)
Contents: Introduction: Disaster response and spatial planning - key challenges and strategies ~ Stefan Greiving; PART A;I. Japan;Disaster risk management and land use in Japan: In geography vulnerable to water-related disasters ~ Kanako Iuchi; Spatial Planning Control for Housing Recovery after Great East Japan Earthquake ~ Tamiyo Kondo;Reconstruction plans and planning processes after the Great East Japan Earthquake ~ Michio Ubaura;II. Indonesia;Land use politics after Indian Ocean Tsunami 2004 ~ Togu Pardede;Coastal resilience in Indonesia: From plan to implementation ~ Surtiari, G.A.K ., Garschagen, M ., Birkmann , J., Setiadi, N ., Manuati, Y; III. USA;Planning for resilience in the New York metro region after Superstorm Sandy ~ Donovan Finn; IV. Slovakia;Spatial planning focusing on risk management in Slovakia ~ Alena Kuceravcova, Jan Dzurdzenik;Enhancement of flood management and flood-protection planning in Eastern Slovakia ~ Jozef Sulak, Jaroslav Tesliar; V. Germany;Flood risk management by spatial planning ~ Stefan Greiving, Nadine Magdefrau; Major-accident hazards in spatial planning ~ Nadine Magdefrau;Cross-Analysis of Part A ~ Stefan Greiving, Nadine Magdefrau, Teresa Sprague;PART B;Planning systems for risk reduction and issues in pre-disaster implementation ~ Kanako Iuchi;Efforts and limitations in spatial transformation after disasters ~ Michio Ubaur; Role of coordination in building spatial resilience after disasters ~ Alena Kuceravcova, Jozef Sulak, Jaroslav Tesliar, Jan Dzurdzenik; Residents' participation in rebuilding more resilient space ~ Nadine Magdefrau, Teresa Sprague; Spatial planning and uncertainties associated with future disasters ~ Stefan Greiving;Conclusion: Change-proof cities and regions - an integrated concept for tackling key challenges for spatial development ~ Stefan Greiving, Kanako Iuchi, Jaroslav Tesliar, Michio Ubaura.
Responsibility: edited by Stefan Greiving, Michio Ubaura and Jaroslav Tešliar.


International contributors from academia, research, policy and practice use their experience and knowledge to explore on-going efforts to improve spatial resilience across the globe and predict  Read more...


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