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Urban disasters and resilience in Asia / edited by Rajib Shaw [and three others].

Contributor(s): Shaw, Rajib [editor.] | Atta-ur-Rahman [editor.] | Surjan, Akhilesh [editor.] | Parvin, Hulsan Ara [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Kidlington, Oxford, UK : Butterworth-Heinemann 2016Description: xii, 354 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780128021699 (pbk.); 9780128023778 (e-book).Subject(s): Disasters -- Asia | Emergency management -- Asia | Cities and towns -- Growth | Disaster relief -- Asia -- Citizen participation | City and town life -- AsiaDDC classification: 363.34​095 URB Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Chapter 1: Urban Disasters and ApproachesChapter 2: Urban Risk, City Government, and ResilienceChapter 3: Cities, Vulnerability, and Climate ChangeChapter 4: Resilient Homes Make Cities ResilientChapter 5: Urban Regulation and Enforcement: A ChallengeChapter 6: Expanding Coastal Cities: An Increasing RiskChapter 7: Impact Of Urban Expansion on Farmland: A Silent DisasterChapter 8: Enhancing City Resilience through Urban-Rural LinkagesChapter 9: Urban Disaster Risk Reduction in Vietnam: Gaps, Challenges and Approaches Chapter 10: Urban Disasters and Micro FinancingChapter 11: Urban Food Security in Asia: A Growing ThreatChapter 12: Identifying Priorities of Asian Small and Medium Scale Enterprises for Building Disaster Resilience Chapter 13: Urban Disasters and Risk Communication through Youth Groups in the PhilippinesChapter 14: Flood Risk Reduction Approaches in Dhaka, Bangladesh Chapter 15: Post-Disaster Urban Recovery: 20 Years of Review of KobeChapter 16: Community Resilience Approach for Prioritizing Infrastructure Development in Urban AreasChapter 17: Vernacular Built Environment in India: An Indigenous Approach for ResilienceChapter 18: Building Community Resiliency: Linkages between Individual, Community, and Local GovernmentChapter 19: Climate Migration and Urban Changes in BangladeshChapter 20: Water Stress in the Mega City of Kolkata, India and Its Implications to Urban Resilience
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Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index.

Chapter 1: Urban Disasters and ApproachesChapter 2: Urban Risk, City Government, and ResilienceChapter 3: Cities, Vulnerability, and Climate ChangeChapter 4: Resilient Homes Make Cities ResilientChapter 5: Urban Regulation and Enforcement: A ChallengeChapter 6: Expanding Coastal Cities: An Increasing RiskChapter 7: Impact Of Urban Expansion on Farmland: A Silent DisasterChapter 8: Enhancing City Resilience through Urban-Rural LinkagesChapter 9: Urban Disaster Risk Reduction in Vietnam: Gaps, Challenges and Approaches Chapter 10: Urban Disasters and Micro FinancingChapter 11: Urban Food Security in Asia: A Growing ThreatChapter 12: Identifying Priorities of Asian Small and Medium Scale Enterprises for Building Disaster Resilience Chapter 13: Urban Disasters and Risk Communication through Youth Groups in the PhilippinesChapter 14: Flood Risk Reduction Approaches in Dhaka, Bangladesh Chapter 15: Post-Disaster Urban Recovery: 20 Years of Review of KobeChapter 16: Community Resilience Approach for Prioritizing Infrastructure Development in Urban AreasChapter 17: Vernacular Built Environment in India: An Indigenous Approach for ResilienceChapter 18: Building Community Resiliency: Linkages between Individual, Community, and Local GovernmentChapter 19: Climate Migration and Urban Changes in BangladeshChapter 20: Water Stress in the Mega City of Kolkata, India and Its Implications to Urban Resilience

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