Understanding the expected impacts of natural and man-made hazards on the built environment and communities, as well as their resilience capacity, represents an emerging priority both in the field of urban planning and building design, both to support emergency planning and management at national and local level. Economic losses from natural hazards have increased almost 10 times during the past 40 years (Swiss-RE, 2015), with 10 billion yearly losses only in the EU context, and there is an increasing awareness that Sustainable Development Goals and priorities of the Sendai Framework cannot be achieved without a comprehensive approach able to promote the effective implementation of Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation measures within resilient regeneration processes and the integration of impact scenario analyses in support of Disaster Risk Management procedures.

All-hazards impact scenario assessment methodology as decision support tool in the field of resilience-based planning and emergency management

Giulio Zuccaro;Mattia Federico Leone;Daniela De Gregorio
2018

Abstract

Understanding the expected impacts of natural and man-made hazards on the built environment and communities, as well as their resilience capacity, represents an emerging priority both in the field of urban planning and building design, both to support emergency planning and management at national and local level. Economic losses from natural hazards have increased almost 10 times during the past 40 years (Swiss-RE, 2015), with 10 billion yearly losses only in the EU context, and there is an increasing awareness that Sustainable Development Goals and priorities of the Sendai Framework cannot be achieved without a comprehensive approach able to promote the effective implementation of Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation measures within resilient regeneration processes and the integration of impact scenario analyses in support of Disaster Risk Management procedures.
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