sdg11.5 Disaster Risk Reduction
Courses tagged with "sdg::11.5_disaster_risk_reduction"
The coastal erosion problem affects several regions worldwide. The causes of this problem are sites specific and not always understood. In this way, understanding the possible mitigation measures for this problem and the impact that each coastal intervention strategy can represent on the shoreline evolution allows for a more informed action by the decision-makers and competent entities.
Tsunamis are low frequency natural hazards but high impact events that may cause loss of lives and assets.
This online course provides a review of basic tsunami science to provide a basic understanding of tsunami phenomenon, tsunami hazard and tsunami risk, the tsunami warning processes and products, tsunami preparedness for coastal communities, and the TsunamiReady concept and guidelines for its implementation.
This is an introductory-level training course providing the basic understanding of performance-based community readiness concept toward tsunami hazard based on 12 tsunami preparedness indicators.
The objective of this training course is to build the capacity of participants to enable them to provide assistance on building a tsunami ready community in Indonesia.