Second UN-SPIDER Workshop 13-15 October 2008

                                                                            ...
Goals of the Session II

                                                                          How to use remote sens...
United Nations University
          Institute for Environment & Human Security   The STERN Report




UN-SPIDER Workshop
Risk   f = hazard and vulnerability


                                                                                    ...
Dimensions of Vulnerability
                                                                               Social Dimensio...
BBC-framework    Institute for Environment & Human Security
United Nations University




                                ...
Vulnerability and Risk Assessment

                                                                                       ...
Key Cooperation Partners Indonesia




                                                                                LIP...
United Nations University
          Institute for Environment & Human Security   SEVAI




UN-SPIDER Workshop
BBC framework         Thematic areas for indicator
                                                                       ...
United Nations University
          Institute for Environment & Human Security




UN-SPIDER Workshop
                    ...
United Nations University
          Institute for Environment & Human Security   Example




UN-SPIDER Workshop
United Nations University
          Institute for Environment & Human Security




UN-SPIDER Workshop
                    ...
United Nations University
          Institute for Environment & Human Security   The End




UN-SPIDER Workshop
Local Assessment – Padang (LAST-MILE)

                                                                         Inundation...
United Nations University
          Institute for Environment & Human Security                The End




UN-SPIDER Worksh...
3 Sub-Groups


                                                                          A) Vulnerability / Dr. Jörn Birk...
Goals of the Sub-Groups

                                                                          Improved understanding...
Question for each Sub-Group


                                                                          How is the vulner...
The End




                                                                                   Thank you
                 ...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Birkmann Unu Ehs Spider Bonn Ws 2008

862 views
773 views

Published on

UN-SPIDER Workshop 2008

Published in: Technology, Education
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
862
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
10
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Birkmann Unu Ehs Spider Bonn Ws 2008

  1. 1. Second UN-SPIDER Workshop 13-15 October 2008 Session II: quot;Advancing Knowledge for Human Security and Development“ Vulnerability and Risk United Nations University Institute for Environment and Assessment Institute for Environment & Human Security Human Security - Introduction - (UNU-EHS) United Nations University Dr.-Ing. Jörn Birkmann & Dr. Juan Carlos Villagran de Leon UN-SPIDER Workshop
  2. 2. Goals of the Session II  How to use remote sensing data for vulnerability and risk assessment? Institute for Environment & Human Security  How to combine remote sensing data and statistical data regarding vulnerability and risk? United Nations University  How to use remote sensing data for vulnerability and risk assessment at different scales?  Who can benefit and use the data? UN-SPIDER Workshop
  3. 3. United Nations University Institute for Environment & Human Security The STERN Report UN-SPIDER Workshop
  4. 4. Risk f = hazard and vulnerability life-lines buildings technical critical infrastructure Institute for Environment & Human Security Hazard Risk Vulnerability United Nations University socio-economic environmental UN-SPIDER Workshop
  5. 5. Dimensions of Vulnerability Social Dimension Vulnerability of different social groups, Role of social networks (coping) Economic Dimension Institute for Environment & Human Security Vulnerability of different economic sectors, such as fishery and hotel business in Sri Lanka United Nations University Environmental Dimension Environmental fragility (groundwater, land) Dependency on environmental services Institutional Dimension Effectiveness and failure of structures and institutions UN-SPIDER Workshop
  6. 6. BBC-framework Institute for Environment & Human Security United Nations University Source: Bogardi/Birkmann (2004) and Cardona (1999/2001) UN-SPIDER Workshop
  7. 7. Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Hazard Update data vulnerability components Institute for Environment & Human Security Determine, quantify and combine indicators stage of short time United Nations University and early warning before components disaster stage of pre- and risk managment postdisaster UN-SPIDER Workshop
  8. 8. Key Cooperation Partners Indonesia LIPI UNU-EHS Institute for Environment & Human Security BPS + United Nations University local authorities from pilot areas (U Andalas, UGM Yogjakarta, BAPPEDA Padang, Cilacap, Badung – Bali, GTZ) UN-SPIDER Workshop
  9. 9. United Nations University Institute for Environment & Human Security SEVAI UN-SPIDER Workshop
  10. 10. BBC framework Thematic areas for indicator categories development Hazard Degree of hazard impact Population in the exposed zone Exposed People day and night Exposure Exposed critical infrastructures V Receiving the warning Proportion of population without U access to mobile phones Susceptibility L Institute for Environment & Human Security Proportion of population 5+ N Understanding the warning without primary school education E R Decision to evacuate Proportion of population 5+ without high school education A United Nations University B Demographic susceptibility Coping Capacity Capability to evacuate index I L Health maintenance I & rehabilitation capability T Y Livelihood rehabilitation Rehabilitation Intervention Tools / Adaptation UN-SPIDER Workshop
  11. 11. United Nations University Institute for Environment & Human Security UN-SPIDER Workshop Example: Sub-National VA Indonesia
  12. 12. United Nations University Institute for Environment & Human Security Example UN-SPIDER Workshop
  13. 13. United Nations University Institute for Environment & Human Security UN-SPIDER Workshop Example Sub-national VA Indonesia
  14. 14. United Nations University Institute for Environment & Human Security The End UN-SPIDER Workshop
  15. 15. Local Assessment – Padang (LAST-MILE) Inundation modelling Socio-economic vulnerability assessment Institute for Environment & Human Security Geodatabase, physical vulnerability Class A Class B Class C United Nations University Evacuation analysis Evacuation Strategies and Plans UN-SPIDER Workshop
  16. 16. United Nations University Institute for Environment & Human Security The End UN-SPIDER Workshop SUB-GROUPS
  17. 17. 3 Sub-Groups  A) Vulnerability / Dr. Jörn Birkmann  B) Hazard and Risk / Dr. Peter Zeil Institute for Environment & Human Security  C) Information for disaster preparedness and response / Dr. Juan C. Villagran United Nations University UN-SPIDER Workshop
  18. 18. Goals of the Sub-Groups  Improved understanding on how remote sensing data is used in vulnerability and risk assessment  Systematization of lessons learnt: what has worked, what not? Institute for Environment & Human Security  Development of ideas on the web-based platfrom – what to share… United Nations University UN-SPIDER Workshop
  19. 19. Question for each Sub-Group  How is the vulnerability and risk assessment structured?  Which elements at risk can be assessed with remote sensing (RS) information? Institute for Environment & Human Security  Hot to assess exposure, fragility and response capacities with RS and statistical data  How to integrate remote sensing information and census United Nations University data within one assessment?  How should the information platform incorporate information regarding vulnerability and risk? UN-SPIDER Workshop
  20. 20. The End Thank you for your attention! Institute for Environment & Human Security United Nations University birkmann@ehs.unu.edu villagran@ehs.unu.edu UN-SPIDER Workshop

×