Coastal resilience in Indonesia: from planning to implementation
Surtiari, Gusti Ayu Ketut, Setiadi, Neysa J., Garschagen, Matthias, Birkmann, Joern, Djalante, Riyanti and Maunati, Yekti, "Coastal resilience in Indonesia: from planning to implementation" in Spatial planning and resilience following disasters : International and comparative perspectives ed. Greiving, Stefan, Ubaura, Michio and Tesliar, Jaroslav (Bristol: Policy Press, 2016), 99-116.
Author Surtiari, Gusti Ayu Ketut
Setiadi, Neysa J.
Book Editor Greiving, Stefan
Chapter Title Coastal resilience in Indonesia: from planning to implementation Book Title Spatial planning and resilience following disasters : International and comparative perspectives Publication Date 2016-07-29 Place of Publication Bristol Publisher Policy Press Start page 99 End page 116 Language eng Abstract Population shifts and an increase in the number of natural (and man-made) disasters are having a profound effect on urban and rural habitats globally. This book brings together for the first time the experiences and knowledge of international contributors from academia, research, policy and practice to discuss the role of spatial planning after significant disasters. It highlights on-going efforts to improve spatial resilience across the globe and predicts future trends. Comparisons from five countries including Japan, the US, Indonesia, Slovakia and Germany, highlight the influence of significant disasters on spatial planning and spatial resiliency under different legal-administrative and cultural frameworks. - See more at: https://policypress.co.uk/spatial-planning-and-resilience-following-disasters#sthash.giaDEn89.dpuf UNBIS Thesaurus MAN-MADE DISASTERS
Copyright Holder Policy Press Copyright Year 2016 Copyright type All rights reserved ISBN 9781447323587
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