A toolbox for assessing loss and damage

van der Geest, Kees and Zeb, Anam, (2014). A toolbox for assessing loss and damage. Asia Pacific Forum on loss and damage newsletter, 5 9-10

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  • Sub-type Magazine article
    Author van der Geest, Kees
    Zeb, Anam
    Title A toolbox for assessing loss and damage
    Appearing in Asia Pacific Forum on loss and damage newsletter
    Volume 5
    Publication Date 2014-12
    Place of Publication Online
    Publisher Asia Pacific Forum on Loss and Damage
    Start page 9
    End page 10
    Language eng
    Abstract Loss and damage refers to impacts of climatic stressors that cannot be or have not been avoided through mitigation, adaptation and disaster risk management (Warner & van der Geest, 2013). Between 1970 and 2012, a total of 8832 disasters, including droughts, floods, windstorms, tropical cyclones, storm surges, extreme temperatures, landslides and wildfires, have resulted in 1.94 million deaths and USD 2.4 trillion of economic losses globally (WMO, 2014). Besides the havoc caused by sudden-onset events, there are enormous losses and damages from slow-onset processes, such as sea level rise and desertification.
    UNBIS Thesaurus CLIMATE CHANGE
    Keyword Loss and damage
    Climate change adaptation
    Copyright Holder Authors
    Copyright Year 2014
    Copyright type Fair use permitted
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