Assessing Climate and Disaster Risks of Infrastructure Systems
As countries in Asia and the Pacific face an increasingly uncertain future, enhancing the resilience of infrastructure to disasters and climate change requires innovative and effective measures to evaluate multi-hazard risk. This session shared four brief case studies (Indonesia, Myanmar, Tonga, Viet Nam) from international and regional experts highlighting risk assessment approaches and solutions, followed by participant break-out groups which explored the cases in further detail.
This Webinar was part of Season 1 of the Virtual Dialogues on Resilient Infrastructure series.
|Date||Session / Activity||Presentation Material||Speaker(s)|
|11 Nov 2020||Presentation 1||
Emerging Perspectives on Climate and Disaster Risk Assessment Image
This presentation gives an overview on good practices and trends for assessing climate and disaster risks for infrastructure.
|11 Nov 2020||Presentation 2||
Resilient Infrastructure: Indonesia Water Sector
This presentation gives insights on ADB’s experience and lessons learned from Indonesia Water Sector.
|11 Nov 2020||Presentation 3||
Prioritizing Investments in Transport Infrastructure Resilience in Vietnam
This presentation gives ideas on the benefit-cost ratio of investment in enhancing the resilience of the transport network and infrastructure in Vietnam...
|11 Nov 2020||Presentation 4||
Tongatapu Multi-Hazard Disaster Risk Assessment
This presentation gives an overview of preliminary lessons from piloting a comprehensive approach to disaster risk assessments in the Pacific.
|11 Nov 2020||Presentation 5||
Myanmar Disaster Risk Assessment
This presentation gives an overview of the Myanmar Unified Platform for Disaster Risk Application.