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RESILIENCE

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Diana Contreras

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Transcript of RESILIENCE

RESILIENCE ACADEMY
Dhaka - Bangladesh 2013
Phenomena
Vulnerability
La Niña - Floods in Colombia
IDEAM
MSc. Diana María Contreras Mojica
University of Salzburg - Austria (Europe)

Capacity to cope
Capacity to recover
Recovery/resilience index

Capacity to anticipate
Recovery index
Resilience
Recovery phases
Supervisor: Professor Dr. Thomas Blaschke
Move framework
L'Aquila (Italy) 2009
L'Aquila - Italy
Colombia
L'Aquila?
Colombia!
Colombia
Italy
Colombia
Italy
http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2009/04/ the_laquila_earthquake.html
Earthquake in L'Aquila (Italy) vs.
La Niña in Colombia 2010 – 2011
Photo by: Prof. Dr. David Alexander
Colombia Humanitaria
Adapted from UNDP
Recovery framework
MOVE framework adapted to
L'Aquila earthquake - Italy
Birkmann, J., Cardona, O. A., Carreño, L., Barbat, A., Pelling, M., Schneiderbauer, S., Kienberger, S., Keiler, M., Zeil, P. & Welle, T. (2013). Framing vulnerability, risk and societal responses: the MOVE framework. Natural Hazards (online). http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11069-013-0558-5


Measuring resilience after different phenomena
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