Documents outlining strategies for climate-related natural hazard resilience.
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Documents related to adaptive management strategies:
- Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research
- Tompkins, E., Adger, N. (2003). Building Resilience to Climate Change Through Adaptive Management of Natural Resources. Oxford: Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, Working Paper 27.
Documents related to identification and mitigation of natural hazards in Canada:
- Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada
- Etkin, D., Haque, E., Bellisaria, L., & Burton, I. (2004). An Assessment of Natural Hazards and Disasters in Canada: A Report for Decision-Makers and Practitioners. The Canadian Natural Hazards Assessment Project (not available on web).
- Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction
- Bruce, J., Burton, I., & Egener, M. (--). Disaster Mitigation and Preparedness in a Changing Climate. Toronto: Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction.
- Cumming Cockburn Ltd. (2000). Hurricane Hazel and Extreme Rainfall in Southern Ontario. Toronto: Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction, Research Paper Series #9.
Documents related to emergency management and natural hazard resilience for local governments:
- Federation of Canadian Municipalities
- The Conference Board of Canada
- Miller Thomson, LLP
- Roman, A. (2002). Legal Liability for Inadequate Emergency Preparedness. Toronto: Miller Thomson LLP.
- American Society of Civil Engineers
- The Infrastructure Security Partnership (TISP). (2006). Regional Disaster Resilience: A Guide for Developing an Action Plan. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers.
Mitigation cost-benefit analyses
Studies that outline the costs and benefits of disaster mitigation projects:
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
- Multihazard Mitigation Council
- UK Department for International Development
- UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR)
- Sperling, F., & Szekely, F. (2005). Disaster Risk Management in a Changing Climate. Discussion Paper prepared for the World Conference on Disaster Reduction on behalf of the Vulnerability and Adaptation Resource Group (VARG). Reprint with Addendum on Conference outcomes. Washington, D.C.