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Title: International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change IHDP Core Scientific Project


1
International Human Dimensions Programme on
Global Environmental Change (IHDP) Core
Scientific Project of Integrated Risk Governance
(CSP-IRG)
International Workshop on Global Environmental
Change and Integrated Risk Governance
  • Drafting Group of CSP-IRG for IHDP
  • Working Group for Risk Governance-CNC-IHDP
  • Secretariat of CNC-IHDP
  • June 7, 2007, Beijing China

2
Proposal for Establishment of IHDPIntegrated
Risk Governance (IRG) Core Science Project
  • CNC-IHDP/RG Working Group
  • China National Committee(CNC)-IHDP

3
  • ESSP
  • IHDP
  • IGBP
  • WCRP
  • DIVERSITAS

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  • IGBP-Projects
  • AIMES Analysis, Integration and Modeling of the
    Earth System
  • GLOBEC Global Ocean Ecosystem Dynamics
  • GLP Global Land Project
  • IGAC International Global Atmospheric Chemistry
  • ILEAPS Integrated Land Ecosystem-Atmosphere
    Process Study
  • IMBER Integrated Marine Biogeochemistry and
    Ecosystem Research
  • LOICZ Land-Ocean Interaction in the Coastal Zone
  • PAGES Past Global Changes
  • SOLAS Surface Ocean-Lower Atmosphere Study
  • Completed Projects By IGBP
  • BAHC Biosphere Aspects of the Hydrological Cycle
    (1991-2003)
  • DIS Data and Information System (1993-2001)
  • GAIM Global Analysis Integration and Modeling
    (1993-2004)
  • GCTE Global Change Terrestrial Ecosystem
    (1993-2004)
  • JGOFS The Joint Global Ocean Flux Study
    (1988-2003)
  • LUCC Land Use and Cover Change (1994-2005)

6
  • IHDP Projects
  • GECHS Global Environmental Change and Human
    Security
  • IDGEC Institutional Dimensions of Global
    Environmental
  • Change
  • IT Industrial Transformation
  • LUCC Land Use and Cover Change (Co-sponsored
    with IGBP)
  • LOICZ Land-Ocean Interaction in the Coastal Zone
  • (Co-sponsored with IGBP)
  • UGEC Urbanization and Global Environmental
    Change
  • GLP Global Land Project (Co-sponsored with IGBP)

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  • IHDP Projects
  • GECHS Global Environmental Change and Human
    Security
  • IDGEC Institutional Dimensions of Global
    Environmental
  • Change
  • IT Industrial Transformation
  • LUCC Land Use and Cover Change (Co-sponsored
    with IGBP)
  • LOICZ Land-Ocean Interaction in the Coastal Zone
  • (Co-sponsored with IGBP)
  • UGEC Urbanization and Global Environmental
    Change
  • GLP Global Land Project (Co-sponsored with IGBP)

9
Preliminary Work 1
10
Preliminary Work 2
11
Drafting committee of IHDPIRG suggestion
  • Scientific advisers
  • Honglie Sun Academician of Chinese Academy of
    Science,Chairman of CNC-IHDP advisory committee.
  • Dadao Lu Academician of Chinese Academy of
    Science,administrative commissioner of the
    CNC-IHDP
  • Yanhua Liu Academician of Asia-Eurpe Academy of
    Science,Chairman of CNC-IHDP
  • Roger Kasperson Academician of America Academy of
    Science,Life Professor of Clark University, USA.
  • Norio Okada Director of Disaster Prevention
    Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan.

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CONTENTS
  • 1. Scientific Target and Research Scope of IRG
  • 2. Significance of IHDP-IRG Core Scientific
    Project
  • 3. Progress and Development Trend of IRG
    Research
  • 4. Research Scope and Key Scientific and
    Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
    Scientific Project
  • 5. Implementation Measures for IRG Scientific
    Project

13
Tsunami Disaster Risks
Indian Ocean Tsunami on Dec. 26th, 2004
14
Hurricane Disaster Risks
Hurricane Katrina on Aug. 28th, 2005 in New
Orleans of America
15
Flood Disaster Risks

Flood in Yangtze River Basin of China in Summer
Autumn,1998
16
Drought Disaster Risks
Severe Drought with a return period of one
hundred year in ChongQing, China, August, 2006
17
1. Scientific Target and Research Scope of IRG
  • 1.1 Introduction
  • 1.2 Overall target of IRG
  • 1.3 Validation and application of IRG
    achievements
  • 1.4 Research method for IRG

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1.1 Introduction
Scientific Target and Research Scope of IRG
  • Integrated Risk Governance (IRG)
  • is an inter-discipline core scientific project
  • aim to elevate the understanding of integrated
    disaster risks and capacity for transfer of
    disaster risks
  • The scientists of IRG Committee are striving to
  • study the dynamic and non-dynamic mechanism of
    formation and change of global and regional
    disaster risks
  • provide the operational assessment tools for
    formulating policies of transferring disaster
    risks

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Scientific Target and Research Scope of IRG
Extensive Research Field of IRG
Core Scientific Issues of IRG
Extensive Research Subjects of IRG
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1.2 Overall target of IRG
Scientific Target and Research Scope of IRG
  • Overall target of IRG is to
  • enhance the understanding of formation mechanism,
    and risk transfer approaches of large-scale
    disasters, with special emphasis on new
    knowledge, new technology and new management
    paradigm.
  • Rational of IRG is to
  • move disaster risk reduction to disaster risk
    transfer by integrating national sciences and
    social sciences.
  • Short-term target of IRG is to
  • develop more advanced approaches to understand
    the formation mechanism of disaster risks
  • design the regional disaster reduction modeling
  • detect the integrated disaster risks on both
    global and regional scales.

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1.3 Validation and application of IRG
achievements
Scientific Target and Research Scope of IRG
  • Validation measures available for IRG scientific
    research achievements
  • Establishment and application of different
    scientific networks
  • The methodology of IRG research will be also
    improved and reinforced
  • Research workers will assess and verify such
    deliveries.
  • High-quality IRG research achievements could
  • be transformed into a base for inventing regional
    disaster risk governance technology
  • become a base for making a policy for regional
    disaster risk governance

22
1.4 Research method for IRG
Scientific Target and Research Scope of IRG
  • The qualitative description, statistical analysis
    and system integration quantitative analysis
    method normally are combined for application
  • The descriptive research method
  • explains the evolution of regional disaster risk
  • reveals the regional disaster vulnerability,
    resilience and adaptation
  • The method based on substitute parameters
  • pursue to master the role of single factor in the
    regional disaster risk system
  • The method based on the systematic method
  • stresses on the mode and strength of all factors
    interaction (feedback mechanism) in the regional
    disaster risk system the systems structure and
    function between vulnerability, resilience and
    adaptation

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Scientific Target and Research Scope of IRG
Research method of IHDP-IRG
  • Synthesis of three conventional understandings
  • Observation description
  • Simulation
  • Integration

IHDP-IRG System Synthesis and Integration Method
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2. Significance of IHDPIRG Core Scientific
Project
  • 2.1 Increasing Global Risks due to Global
    Environmental Change
  • 2.2 Diffusing Risks due to Globalization
  • 2.3 Development of IRG Science and Technology
    for the Global Sustainable Development

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2.1 Increasing Global Risks due to Global
Environmental Change
Significance of IHDPIRG Core Scientific Project
  • Global warming has contributed to the increase of
    disaster risks
  • Increases the frequency of extreme weather
    events
  • Affects the normal operation of infrastructure
  • Impacts the service capacity of the earth
    ecological system
  • Leads to the rising of sea level

26
Significance of IHDPIRG Core Scientific Project
Changes of surface temperature and the frequency
of major disasters
27
Significance of IHDPIRG Core Scientific Project
Changes of snow cover and the frequency of major
disasters
28
Significance of IHDPIRG Core Scientific Project
Changes of sea level and the frequency of major
disasters
29
Significance of IHDPIRG Core Scientific Project
Changes of surface temperature and disaster losses
30
Significance of IHDPIRG Core Scientific Project
Changes of snow cover and disaster losses
31
Significance of IHDPIRG Core Scientific Project
Changes of sea level and disaster losses
32
2.2 Diffusing Risks due to Globalization
Significance of IHDPIRG Core Scientific Project
  • Acceleration of Globalization and Regionalization
    brings
  • Worldwide insurance and reinsurance
  • Worldwide market risks
  • Worldwide network risks

33
2.3 Development of IRG Science and Technology
for the Global Sustainable Development
Significance of IHDPIRG Core Scientific Project
  • Yokohama Declaration(1994) and Hyogo
    Declaration(2005)
  • raise the capacity of responding to different
    disaster risks
  • The Sixth IHDP Open Science Conference (Bonn,
    2005 ) and The International Disaster Reduction
    Conference (Davos, 2006)
  • sustainable development and disaster risks
    reduction
  • International Strategy for Disaster Reduction
    (UN-ISDR)
  • establish the social system with coexistence of
    risks

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3. Progress and Development Trend of IRG Research
  • 3.1 International Strategy for Disaster
    Reduction and Integrated Disaster Risk
    Management
  • 3.2 Focus of International Organizations and
    Institutions on Disaster Reduction and Risk
    management
  • 3.3 Adjustment of World Disaster Reduction
    Strategy after the 2nd WCDR
  • 3.4 Major Progress and Development Trend of
    International Disaster Reduction since 2006 Davos
    International Disaster Reduction Conference
  • 3.5 Major issues of integrated disaster risk
    management at the 6th International Integrated
    Disaster Risk Forum
  • 3.6 IRG Studies in China
  • 3.7 Development Trend

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3.1 International Strategy for Disaster
Reduction and Integrated Disaster Risk
Management
Progress and Development Trend of IRG Research
  • International Decade for National Disaster
    Reduction (IDNDR)
  • Hyogo Declaration (January 17 to 22, 2005 )
  • Hyogo Framework for Action 2005-2015 Building
    the Resilience of Nations and Communities to
    Disaster, HFA
  • Congress of Member Countries of ISDR in Geneva
    from June 5 to 7, 2007 Establishment Global
    Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (GP/DRR)

36
Progress and Development Trend of IRG Research
3.2 Focus of International Organizations and
Institutions on Disaster Reduction and
Risk management
RMA (1914) SRA (1980) IRGC (2003)
World Bank (1993) IIASA-DPRA (2001) OECD (2006)
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3.3 Adjustment of World Disaster Reduction
Strategy after the 2nd WCDR
Progress and Development Trend of IRG Research
  • Summit Forum on Disaster Reduction
  • Regional Forum on Disaster Reduction
  • Public Forum on Disaster Reduction
  • Special Forum on Disaster Reduction

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3.4 Major Progress and Development Trend of
International Disaster Reduction since
2006 Davos IDRC
Progress and Development Trend of IRG Research
  • A new age for risk management primary
    establishment of the integrated disaster risk
    science system
  • Improvement and rebuilding of ecological
    systemthe key infrastructure required for
    development in the risk society
  • Focus on the close correlation between global
    environmental change and disaster riskimportant
    reason for disaster risks to increase
  • Emphasis on utilization of financial and
    insurance, re-insurance measures to transfer
    risksopportunity and challenge for natural
    disaster insurance

39
3.4 Major Progress and Development Trend of
International Disaster Reduction since
2006 Davos IDRC
Progress and Development Trend of IRG Research
  • Concerns over the role of women in the disaster
    risk management vulnerable groups of natural
    disasters and importance for rural disaster
    reduction
  • Concerns on the enhancing part of terrorism in
    social riskreduce the regional conflicts and
    realize the harmonious existence
  • Development of an information support platform
    for disaster risk managementestablish the
    information-sharing system for the disaster risk
    management
  • Importance of integrated disaster reduction in
    high-risk regionskey regions for integrated
    disaster risk management

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3.5 Major issues of integrated disaster risk
management at the 6th International
Integrated Disaster Risk Forum
Progress and Development Trend of IRG Research
  • The way for business and industry to cope with
    disaster risk
  • Integrated management of earthquake and flood
    disaster risk
  • Cultivation of consciousness for disaster risk
    education and disaster reduction
  • Discussion on Theory and Method of Integrated
    Disaster Risk Management

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3.6 IRG Studies in China
Progress and Development Trend of IRG Research
  • The Chinese Government
  • has attached great importance to the emergency
    management of the public security with SARS
    breaking out in 2003
  • has integrated the prevention of different risks
    and sustainable development closely in the
    national 11th Five-year Plan
  • proclaimed the emergency program for the central
    government, its departments, local governments
    and large state-owned enterprises in 2005

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3.6 IRG Studies in China
Progress and Development Trend of IRG Research
  • NDRCC The National 11th Five-year Year
    Comprehensive Disaster Reduction Planning
  • SCEO/SDRC The National 11th Five-year Planning
    for Emergency System Construction of Public
    Events
  • CNC-IHDP/ RG (2005)
  • MOST The National 11th Five-year Science and
    Technology Support ProgramIRG
  • CIRC China Insurance Regulatory Commission have
    published China Risk Governance Report (2006)

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3.7 Development Trend
Progress and Development Trend of IRG Research
  • Establish the system and mechanism for global and
    regional harmonious development and integrated
    disaster risk management
  • Establish the integrated disaster risk science
    and technology supporting system
  • Establish the regional integrated disaster risk
    governance system (mode)

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4. Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
  • 4.1 Introduction of IRG
  • 4.2 Focuses of IRG
  • 4.3 Key Scientific, Technical and Managerial
    Issues for IRG Core Scientific Project

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Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
4.1 Major Targets of Core Scientific Project
  • Integrated Risk Governance ( IRG )
  • is an inter-discipline project with the aim to
    deepen the understanding of risk formation
    mechanism and diffusion behavior
  • develop some global and regional integrated
    disaster risk model
  • deepen the understanding of the dynamic and
    non-dynamic mechanism for formation and change of
    global and regional disaster risks under the
    motivation of global environmental change and
    globalization
  • provide operational assessment tools

46
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
4.1 Major Targets of Core Scientific Project
Major Targets for IRG Core Scientific Plan
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Change of Disaster Risk System
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
4.2 Focuses of IRG
In view of the multi-discipline integration
analysis, deepen the understanding of risk
formation and change of disaster risk under the
background of global environmental change.
  • To take the multi-discipline integration analysis
  • To deepen the understanding of risk formation
    mechanism under the background of global
    environmental change
  • To deepen the understanding diffusion behavior in
    the globalization system

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4.2 Focuses of IRG
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
Focus I
  • It is planned to undertake studies in the
    following six aspects
  • Interaction of mankind and nature and formation
    mechanism of disaster risks under the global
    opening system
  • Development trend of the worlds disaster risks
    and the changing trend of its tempo-spatial
    pattern under the background of global warming
  • Predictability of global environmental change and
    tempo-spatial change of natural disaster risks
  • Predictability of global environmental change and
    tempo-spatial change of ecological disaster risks
  • Globalization and global diffusion and diffusion
    mechanism of disaster risks
  • Feedback mechanism for impacts of catastrophes on
    the regional and even global environment

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Modeling and Simulation of Disaster Risk
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
4.2 Focuses of IRG
According to the completeness of samples ( large
samples, small samples and incomplete samples ),
select and develop a new generation assessment
model for integrated disaster risk and establish
the regional and global disaster risk simulation
system under the different environmental changes.
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4.2 Focuses of IRG
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
Focus II
  • It is planned to undertake studies in the
    following six aspects
  • Disaster risk assessment modelling system (
    different tempo-spatial scales and different
    conditions of originating mechanism )
  • The downscaling and up-scaling of disaster risk
    modelling in different conditions of causing
    mechanism
  • Disaster risk vulnerability, resilience
    assessment modelling with small samples and
    incomplete samples and improvement of the
    regional and global integrated disaster risk
    model
  • Development of social vulnerability assessment
    model for regional and global integrated disaster
    risk
  • Development of integrated risk simulation and
    modelling tools under different situations and
    conditions
  • Global and regional disaster risk modeling and
    simulation and division of high-risk zones

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Regional Integrated Disaster Risk Governance Mode
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
4.2 Focuses of IRG
In view of research to practice, improve as a
whole the regional integrated disaster risk
governance mode for alleviating the risk
influence and promoting the worlds sustainable
development.
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4.2 Focuses of IRG
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
Focus III
  • It is planned to undertake studies in the
    following six aspects
  • Construction of information service platform for
    preventing the risks due to the global
    environmental change
  • Standard system suitable for different countries
    and regions to prevent different risks
  • Global-scale mode for sustainable development and
    IRG of regions with high disaster risks
  • Regional and global large-scale disaster risk
    governance mode
  • Collection, promotion and application of local
    experiences in traditional governance of disaster
    risk
  • Aid mode for small island countries and other
    weak regions under global environmental change to
    govern the disaster risks

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Approach for Disaster Risk Transfer
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
4.2 Focuses of IRG
In view of the inter-discipline (natural
sciences, social sciences and human sciences and
technology), go deep in exploring approaches for
transfer of catastrophe risks.
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4.2 Focuses of IRG
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
Focus IV
  • It is planned to undertake studies in the
    following eight aspects
  • Institutional design with risk adaptation under
    the global environmental change
  • Technology of reducing risks with different
    tempo-spatial dimensions and different reasons
    for formation
  • Safety building of enterprises and communities
    and integrated risk management system
  • Mechanism and system for promoting the insurance
    and re-insurance against catastrophe risks
  • Trans-national system design and technology
    development for improving the global-dimension
    catastrophe emergency and aid system.
  • Financial aid mechanism for improving the
    construction of IRG infrastructures for high-risk
    regions
  • Organization mechanism for promoting and
    improving the volunteer system for catastrophe
    emergency response
  • Mechanism for promoting and improving the public
    financial support system of risk education

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4.3 Key Scientific, Technical and Managerial
Issues for IRG Core Scientific Project
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
Framework of Core Science Plan for IHDP-IRG
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4.3 Key Scientific, Technical and Managerial
Issues for IRG Core Scientific Project
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
Core Research Issues of IHDP-IRG ( STMP Model )
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4.3 Key Scientific, Technical and Managerial
Issues for IRG Core Scientific Project
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
Technical Issues of IRG
Scientific Issues of IRG
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4.3 Key Scientific, Technical and Managerial
Issues for IRG Core Scientific Project
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
Managerial Issues of IRG
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Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
Integrated Disaster Risk Governance System (Form)
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4.3 Key Scientific, Technical and Managerial
Issues for IRG Core Scientific Project
Research Scope and Key Scientific and
Technological Issues for IHDP-IRG Core
Scientific Project
  • It is intended to carry out in-depth studies in
    the following aspects
  • Improve the theory and methodology for measuring
    integrated disaster risk
  • Build up the system, mechanism and legal system
    of integrated disaster risk governance
  • Reveal the formation mechanism (dynamics) of
    integrated disaster risks and resolve the
    scientific and technological problems for their
    modelling and simulation, namely, set up the
    dynamic modeling of disaster risks and develop
    simulation tools
  • Develop, promote and apply IRG modes for the
    high-risk regions , namely, select, promote and
    apply the typical successful cases of IRG
  • Construct an integrated risk information-sharing
    platform on global, regional, national and local
    scales and build an effective information and
    technical system for integrated risks, namely,
    integrate risk information and build the capacity
    for public and commercialized services under the
    multi-lingual and cultural environment
  • Promote and build a mode for sustainable
    development and integrated risk governance on a
    global scale, namely, build integrated
    demonstration regions for sustainable development
    and IRG in compliance with the global
    environmental change

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5. Implementation Measures for IRG Scientific
Project
  • 5.1 Develop and Integrate the Scientific
    network
  • 5.2 Establish an Information-sharing Platform
  • 5.3 Expand Actions
  • 5.4 Develop regional and global network

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5.1 Develop and Integrate the Scientific network
Implementation Measures for IRG Scientific Project
  • Enhance the cooperation with the international
    and regional governmental organizations in
    disaster reduction
  • Enhance the cooperation with IRG-related
    non-governmental organizations
  • Give a full play to the function of the disaster
    risk science network, Integrated Disaster Risk
    Management Forum jointly sponsored by DPRI-IIASA
  • Speed up the close contacts with World Bank and
    OECD
  • Enhance the cooperation with insurance and
    re-insurance institutions and insurance-related
    agencies in different countries all over the
    world
  • Cooperate closely with the science networks
    formed under other science research programs of
    IHDP

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Implementation Measures for IRG Scientific Project
5.2 Establish an Information-sharing Platform
  • To exert the function of ISDRs global disaster
    information platform and DRH system and try to
    form as soon as possible the shared information
    platform in compliance with the requirement of
    IRG scientific network.
  • To strengthen the disaster risk classification
    and formulation of data standards for different
    language environments, especially the measurement
    of economic data for losses due to disasters.
  • The available national disasters database should
    be deployed so that the regional division of
    global disaster risks becomes possible.
  • To further regulate the regional disasters data
    recorded in different modes, especially those
    major or catastrophe cases with obvious
    influences so as to lay a foundation for
    establishing different disaster risk assessment
    systems.

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Implementation Measures for IRG Scientific Project
5.2 Establish an Information-sharing Platform
  • The disaster database available with foreign or
    transnational re-insurance companies should be
    utilized to improve the global, regional and
    national disasters data report so that the
    disaster data can be more smooth and convenient
    for the information exchange of IRG science
    network.
  • A disaster risk information network sharing
    platform should be developed similar to Google
    Earth to provide the global data sharing network
    service system for the implementation of IRG
    scientific project.

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Implementation Measures for IRG Scientific Project
5.3 Expand Actions
  • Gradually expand the Science Steering Committee.
  • To absorb extensively the most influential
    scientists in different countries all over the
    world
  • To fully reflect the regional and global
    diversity in the IRG research agenda
  • Develop IRG Summit Forum and expand the influence
    of DPRI-IIASA Integrated Disaster Risk Management
    Forum so that it will become a global IRG
    science. Give a full play to the leading role of
    the forum in IRG development.
  • To strengthen the extensive academic exchange of
    IRG at the regional level in the world
  • To add the academic exchange contents of IRG at
    the currently undertaken international disaster
    reduction conferences, SRA World Conferences and
    other international academic exchanges

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Implementation Measures for IRG Scientific Project
5.3 Expand Actions
  • Expand the function of DRH for a worldwide
    academic exchange and further improve DRH online
    forum system
  • To further strengthen online disaster risk
    reduction forum
  • To provide a fine environment for the IRG free
    academic exchange without tempo-spatial
    difference, especially the information exchange
    system
  • To establish the online IRG journals and promote
    the technological innovation of IRG.
  • To establish the international science journal of
    IRG to form a symbolic IRG academic garden.
  • To establish IRG bulletin and network propaganda
    system to propagate IRG research achievement,
    exchange views, promote new concepts and absorb
    research fellows to undertake IRG action.

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Implementation Measures for IRG Scientific Project
5.3 Expand Actions
  • Consolidate the comparison case studies
  • The Scientific Project of Case Station and Field
    Campus initiated by Professor Norio Okada from
    Japanese Kyoto University has been in operation
    for almost three years and has made outstanding
    achievements.
  • It is to further expand the implementation of
    this research program in different regions and
    high-risk zones in the world.
  • To promote the extensive exchange of the disaster
    reduction and disaster risk management projects
    being undertaken in different countries and
    region all over the world so as to strengthen the
    regional comparison research capacity of disaster
    risks
  • To gradually form the global science network of
    regional disaster risk case studies.

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5.4 Develop regional and global network
Implementation Measures for IRG Scientific Project
  • Establish State IHDP National Committee IRG
    working group
  • Certain IRG activities of different extent have
    been included in the work agenda in some IHDP
    national committees
  • CNC-IHDP/IRG working group has been established
    in China
  • Further promote the social groups with national
    standard disaster reduction and risk research to
    strengthen IRG work and urge CNC-IHDP to set up
    IRG

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5.4 Develop regional and global network
Implementation Measures for IRG Scientific Project
  • Mobilize the current national or global relevant
    societies or associations, increase the
    opportunities for IRG research and academic
    exchange and form the IRG global and regional
    network
  • A special R D group was set up relating to
    disaster reduction and risk to promote IRG in IGU
  • Such international organizations as IGBP, WCRP,
    DIVERSITAS have also implemented such scientific
    projects relating to IRG
  • To enhance the contact with these international
    organizations and expand the regional and global
    network of the IRG research
  • Accelerate the establishment of contacts with
    IRGC, RMA, SRA and WB and OECD
  • To expand the regional and international network
    of IRG research

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