Land and Disaster Management Strategies in Asia

  • Huong Ha

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-liii
  2. Land Management and Food Security

  3. Disaster Management

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 81-81
    2. Huong Ha, Akbaruddin Ahmad
      Pages 83-98
    3. Vinay Sharma, Rajat Agrawal, Kumkum Bharti
      Pages 139-153
    4. Ashok Kumar Singha, Saroj Kumar Nayak, N. C. Kar, Swapna Tripathy, Barendra Krushna Sahoo
      Pages 155-168
  4. Public Education and Other Issues Related to Disaster Management

About this book


This book focuses on land and disaster governance in Asian countries. The Asian region has become increasingly vulnerable to natural disasters, including floods, cyclones, storms, earthquakes, drought, typhoons and tsunamis. Further, as a result of unsustainable changes being made in patterns of land use, catchment and coastal zones, increasing population density, migration patterns, and the spread of consumer culture across countries, the impact of natural disasters has increased manifold. The book addresses two major concerns in this field. Firstly, it discusses topics intended to raise awareness among all stakeholders of the critical aspects of disaster management in the context of Asia. Secondly, it calls upon policymakers, researchers, academics, practitioners, private enterprises and civil society organizations, as well as all those who have been, are and will be affected by natural disasters to search for innovative and novel approaches to reducing risk and managing disasters.


Asia Climate Change Disaster Management Environmental Management Extreme Events Governance Land Use

Editors and affiliations

  • Huong Ha
    • 1
  1. 1.UON Singapore (University of Newcastle, Singapore campus)SingaporeSingapore

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