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Disaster Resilience

Anxious residents begin returning to battered Florida Keys

Key Largo, Florida (CNN)Heidi and Allan Neuzil grew frustrated Tuesday after waiting more than 14 hours for authorities to let them back in to the battered Florida Keys. The parents of three boys were part of a large group of Keys residents awaiting permission to return to their homes and survey the damage wrought by Hurricane Irma. "I just want to go home!" Allan Neuzil screamed at authorities from the side of the road. He wasn't the only one exasperated enough to yell at... อ่านต่อ

Disaster Resilience in Industrial, Business, Commercial, and Investment Sectors

Sector of industry, business, and commerce shall be concisely setting up the systems of manufacturing, logistic, as well as stringent monitoring system to achieve standard and legal compliance. Moreover, capital cost, interest, and investment feasibility shall be considered under disastrous situation due to direct and direct impact of the situation to the sector as follows. Building, facilities, instruments, equipment, machines could be damaged and unusable for production. Structural... อ่านต่อ

Disaster Resilience in Tourism Sector

a Tsunami December 28, 2004 on Phi Phi Island, Thailand, highly impacted to tourism sector; Picture Source: Paula Bronstein, http://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2014/12/ten-years-since-the-2004-indian-ocean-tsunami/100878/ Tourism industry is sensitive to all kind of situations. Hence any occurrence of disaster always negatively affects the tourism due to lack of tourists’ confidence, in their safety and wellbeing. Disasters also have impacts on tourism entrepreneurs such as hotel and resort... อ่านต่อ

Disaster Resilience in Agriculture sector

Picture Source: Philippe Berry, IFPRI – http://www.usaid.gov/; exact source, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=4872781 Manufacturing sector of Thailand, especially for agricultural sector, has high sensitivity towards climatic condition and climate change. Key factor of this issue is water for manufacturing and production of agricultural products. Negative impacts of imbalance water condition are clearly demonstrated. For examples, crop and livestock... อ่านต่อ

Disaster Resilience in Thailand’s Communities

Stromsurge in Phuket, 2008 Disasters in Thailand Presently, disastrous situations have been frequently risen up with more complication such as tsunami, mudflow, wildfire, flooding due to over precipitation, overflow dam, flash flood, and storm attack including disasters from political and social violence. These mentioned catastrophes are pricelessly damaging lives and properties and currently a close to home topic for Thailand. A report from Department of Disaster Prevention and... อ่านต่อ

The Resilience for Adaptation

The chain effects of climate change have the potential to increase the risk of disaster exposure (UNDP, 2015). There is the interconnection between climate and disaster resilience. The IPCC descripts the definition of the resilience as “the ability of a system to return to a predisturbed state without incurring any lasting fundamental change”(IPCC, 2015). In other words, it is the ability to recover form negative events of climate change which includes the preparedness and strategy... อ่านต่อ

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