Climate Smart Disaster Risk Reduction Interventions in Agricultural Sector – Flood Hazard
Climate Change is inevitable and the agriculture and water sectors are the most vulnerable. Recent studies have shown that due to climate change, the world is moving towards scenarios of either too much, or too little, water. Agriculture is an open system and provides livelihoods for 60% of the world’s population. More than 2.2 billion people depend on agriculture for their livelihoods in Asia. Thus, climate induced natural hazards, especially floods, are likely to affect the sector as well as the livelihoods of the dependent population considerably.
- Published on : 15th April, 2020
- Published by: Asian Disaster Preparedness Center
- Source website: https://www.adpc.net/igo/?
- Author(s): Department of Climate Change and Climate Risk Management Download option
- Highlight: This Practitioners Guide Book is for the use of local Government Employees engaged in mainstreaming Climate Smart Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) practices for development planning at local government level in the Asian Region. This Practitioners Guide Book focuses on three Asian countries, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Nepal.
- Keywords: Climate Smart Disaster Risk Reduction, Practitioner's Guidebook, Toolkits, Training Module