Dr.
Prabhakar, SIVAPURAM VENTAKA RAMA KRISHNA

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Book Chapter
In Sustainability in Natural Resources Management and Land Planning

This chapter identifies significant transformations in agricultural land in terms of land use and land-use changes, analyses major drivers and trade-offs, and describes substantial policy interventions to arrest negative trends. The rapidly growing population and their needs constitute one of the significant drivers of land-use changes in the...

Discussion Paper

温暖化に伴う水害の激甚化を受けて、地方自治体において防災・減災対策と適応策を統合し、適応能力と感受性により構成される脆弱性を低減させることが急務である。しかし、適応能力は多様な社会経済的な要素を含むため、政策上どの構成要素が重要であるかに関する包括的な検討は限定的である。そこで、本稿は、アンケート調査を実施し、地方自治体の現在の防災対策実施状況(ハード・ソフト・転換策の合計44対策)と各対策に関する将来の適応策の必要性認識に基づいて適応能力と感受性の構成要素の重要度を評価した。結果として、重要度が高く評価された適応能力要素は、地域コミュニティの「インフラ」(防災用)、「教育」(自主避難判断力、危険認知度)、「情報」(監視警戒力、情報伝達力)、「コミュニティガバナンス」(避難誘導力)、並びに...

Presentation
European Climate Change Adaptation Conference

Food price volatility is an important impact of transboundary climate risks. However, food prices tend to mix with many other events extraneous to agriculture making their prediction a difficult task. This presentation presents a case study of 2008 and 2012 global food price crisis and provides insights in terms of their transboundary nature, the...

Presentation
OECD IIT NIDM workshop on assessing socio-economic losses and damages from climate change in India | 25 May 2021

This presentation talked about the methodologies for assessing the non-economic losses and damages (NELDs) associated with extreme weather events based on the experiences of APN funded project on Addressing Non-Economic Losses and Damages Associated with Climate Change: Learning from the Recent Past Extreme Climatic Events for Future Planning. The...

Book Chapter
In Environmental Resilience and Transformation in times of COVID-19
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The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has emerged as one of the severe and important health disasters during recent times. The impacts of the COVID-19 have spanned across the globe and rightly qualify to be a transboundary disaster. When looked through the lens of transboundary risks, COVID-19 is not the first of its kind. Health and non-health...

Presentation
Adaptation Futures 2020

This presentation talks about the rapid regional integration that is happening in Asia and beyond, its positive and negative impacts especially inters of how local risks tend to spill over beyond borders. It presents the cases of the Bangkok floods of 2011, the global food price crisis of 2008, and how financial markets tend to magnify the risks...

Book Chapter
In Climate Change, Disaster Risks and Human Security: Asian Experience and Perspectives

Policies are the channels through which governments influence society and make course corrections for intended consequences. Institutions have the power to influence policy processes and outcomes and can determine the way governments engage with society. Policy formulation and implementation thus far have largely been based on populist assumptions...

Presentation
APAN Forum Special Session

The presentation summarizes key climate risks and sectoral adaptation options for Asia from the synthesis of multiple global and regional assessments, including recent assessment reports of IPCC and IPBES. The talk was delivered on a special session on Adaptation Gaps in APAN Forum hosted by IGES and the Ministry of Environment. 

Book Chapter
In Climate Change, Disaster Risks and Human Security: Asian Experience and Perspectives

Climate-fragility risks are on the rise globally and developmental paths taken by countries could be attributed to this rise. To understand the link between development and climate-fragility risks, this chapter presents the findings of the survey conducted by authors with the development practitioners and experts from Asia. The purpose of the...

Presentation
7th Asia Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum

The Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region comprises the mountainous region spanning eight countries in South Asia, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, Nepal, and Pakistan. The HKH region is endowed with significant transboundary freshwater resources and biodiversity reserves. Nearly ten glacier, rainfall, and snow-fed...

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