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ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY GOVERNANCE ON THE FRONTLINES AND FAULTLINES IN THE BLACK SUMMER BUSHFIRES
2022
This paper presents the experiences of Aboriginal peoples and the response of their communities and organisation to the 2019-2020 bushfires in Australia, captured through various media articles, reports, submissions and testimony.
Australian National University
Traditional Societies' Response to Volcanic Hazards in the Philippines: Implications for community-based disaster recovery
2007
The present article addresses the Aetas' response to the 1991 Mt Pinatubo eruption and subsequent cultural changes, using the concept of resilience.
Mountain Research and Development
Recovery Planning for Natural Resources and Parks in Puerto Rico
2020
This report presents a socioecological system framework for recovery planning, information on observed damage, and 25 courses of action for the recovery from the 2017 Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Homeland Security Operational Analysis Center RAND Corporation
Cultural and Historical Resources Recovery Planning in Puerto Rico
2020
This report provides an overview of Puerto Rico's cultural resources and their importance, the findings from numerous rapid assessments of storm damage, and details for the recovery actions in Puerto Rico's economic and disaster recovery plan.
Homeland Security Operational Analysis Center RAND Corporation
2020
This document focuses on best practices and lessons learned from Japan regarding resilient culturage heritage (CH) that might be of assistance in other contexts.
Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the World Bank Tokyo Office
2020

On 15 August 1868, a great earthquake struck off the coast of the Chile-Peru border generating a tsunami that travelled across the Pacific Ocean. Wharekauri-Rēkohu-The Chatham Islands, located 800 km east of Christchurch city, was one of the worst

Australian Journal of Emergency Management (AIDR)
2020

Sustainable post-disaster recovery implies learning from past experience in order to prevent recreating forms of vulnerability. Memory construction supports both the healing process and redevelopment plans. Hence, memory of disaster results from the

International Journal of Disaster Risk Science
2020
The Technical Note on Overall Operational Guidance provides further elaboration on the guidance and tools introduced in chapter three of the CURE position paper, ‘Implementing the CURE Framework.’
World Bank, the
2020
The CURE Framework draws from existing frameworks and tools for reconstruction and recovery in urban settings. It seeks to knit together people-centered and place-based approaches to produce integrated policies that share a common cultural thread.
World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
2019
This report presents a consolidated view of damage, loss and recovery needs estimates from the 2019 floods in Iran, based on data received from various line departments and the expertise of a multi institutional and interdisciplinary assessment team.
Iran, Islamic Republic of - government United Nations in Iran United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters