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This new project commenced in July 2017, and aims to produce new and innovative ways of integrating urban planning and natural hazard risk management. It will increase the understanding of what planning and emergency management can and cannot do, separately and in synergy, and develop new approaches to applying tools and methods available to planning systems to the design and management of communities as they change.
A range of fundamental challenges exist to the integration of planning with natural hazard risk management and the potential to build resilient processes for natural hazard risk management into integrated urban planning.
Here is Alan talking about how the urban population can protect themselves from natural hazards.
|18 Apr 2017||Integrated Urban Planning for Natural Hazard Mitigation||467.89 KB (467.89 KB)||mitigation, planning, risk management|
|07 Jul 2017||Lightning presentation: integrated urban planning for natural hazard mitigation||1.32 MB (1.32 MB)||mitigation, planning, risk management|
|07 Jul 2017||Understanding the value and challenges of risk mitigation||4.17 MB (4.17 MB)||economics, mitigation, resilience|
|31 Aug 2017||Fire Australia Issue Three 2017||5.22 MB (5.22 MB)||child-centred, prescribed burning, severe weather|
|06 Apr 2018||Urban planning for natural hazard mitigation - project overview||0 bytes (0 bytes)||emergency management, mitigation, planning|
|17 Apr 2018||Integrated urban planning for natural hazard mitigation||2.27 MB (2.27 MB)||mitigation, multi-hazard, planning|