Available online: https://think-asia.org/handle/11540/89
James Cook University ; National Climate Change Adaptation Research FacilityPublished by: NCCARF ; 2013
This report examines the impacts on the built environment of increased intensities in weather-related natural hazard events, in order to identify the possibilities of using the regulatory mechanisms of building construction, housing insurance and planning in climate change adaptation. The research findings are restricted to these three aspects of the built environment, and further concentrated on adaptation responses that may be required in mitigation of the impacts of three types of hazards; tropical cyclones, floods and bushfires. Adaptation of the built environment to climate change is predicated on scenarios, especially those collated by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, that suggest increases in the impacts of natural hazards as a consequence of global warming.
Format: Digital (Free)
ISBN (or other code): 978-1-921609-75-6
Tags: Natural hazards ; Disaster Risk Management (DRM) ; Disaster Risk Financing, Disaster risk transfer ; Climate change ; Urban zone ; Tropical cyclone ; Flood ; Wildfire ; Australia Add tag