Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction into Local Development Plans for Rural Tropical Africa: A Systematic Assessment
Maurizio TIEPOLO, Sarah BRACCIO
Maurizio Tiepolo is associate professor of urban and regional planning at Politecnico of Turin. Since 2011 his research concerns climate planning in the Global South. As principal investigator of action-research projects and consultant for development aid programs he coordinated several risk assessments and planning tools in rural and urban areas.
Understanding the Status quo of Disaster Risk Construction Process: Aid Workers Tales from Guatemala and Haiti
Giacomo Cazzola is a PhD student in urban and regional development at DIST - University and Politecnico of Turin. His current research focuses on humanitarian and development aid approaches to disaster risk management in Central America and the Caribbean.
Dynamics of Settlements in Flood-prone Areas of the dallol Maouri, Municipality of Guéchémé, Niger, 2009-2019
The Coral Coast's Strategic Spatial Plan for Local Sustainable Development in Brazil. Facing Multi-Hazard Risks and Opportunities
Gianfranco Franz is associate professor in urban and regional planning at the Dpt. of Economics and Management of the University of Ferrara, Italy. In 2012 he founded Routes towards sustainability, an international university network promoting multi, trans-and cross-disciplinary approaches to the development of places, cities, communities within the framework of sustainability and wellbeing.
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