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Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
Student case study   dakar, senegal
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  • 1. Dakar / Senegala Case Study ofClimate Change VulnerabilityOmari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 2. Omari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 3. Omari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 4. Omari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 5. Omari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 6. "The radical inequality of the consequences of climate change takes material form in the increasing frequency or exacerbation of natural events - such as floods or tornadoes - which are in principle familiar natural occurrences and are not self evidently the product of societal decisions. The expression force of nature takes on a new meaning: the natural law evidence of natural catastrophes produces a naturalization of social relations of inequality and power." - Ulrich Beck, Remapping social inequalities in an age of climate change: for a cosmopolitan renewal of sociologyOmari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 7. In 1995, more than half of Senegal’s population lived in urban areas, primarily in the capital, Dakar. In Dakar, water shortages were chronic, leaks persistent, sanitation barely existed in poor peripheral neighborhoods, and only 58 percent of the population had access through household connections to safe, piped water. In urban areas overall, that figure was 40 percent.About 1.6 million people living in cities gained access to safe water. Senegal’s level of connectionto urban water services is now the highest in sub-Saharan Africa. - The World Bank, Int. Development Association, 2009Omari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 8. Conflicting interests & methodologies leads to vulnerability Democracy in Senegal an inspiration for Africa, says UN Development Chief - July 2012Omari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 9. Settlement Infill & Land use Changes 1954 1978 2003 Source: African Journal of Env. Science and Technology
  • 10. Once inhabited depressions floods as rains returns. Floodzones are congruous with former marsh lakes and marshlandsOmari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell source: John Scott-Railton Flickr
  • 11. In Guédiawaye trash filled street exemplifies the fill material useto build up land in large swaths of Dakars suburbsOmari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 12. 1. At risk houses marked for demolition 2. Govt Housing Camp 3. Plan Jaxaay HousingOmari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 13. Documentary ClipOmari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 14. Dakar Rally (January, 13, 2013)A victim of flooding......................in Argentina!Omari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 15. Omari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 16. Revised ways of Garbage pilling Michael Reynolds "the Garbage Warrior" http://lotusguide.com/directory/article/garbage-warrior-interview.html http://beachpackagingdesign.typepad.com/boxvox/2009/02/8-can-houses.htmlOmari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 17. Questions for Further Research • What insight does displacement in Dakar provide for NYC in light of Superstorm Sandy? • What role can urban agriculture and other green infrastructure projects play in addressing flooding? • How can working within framework of existing resource limitations foster ingenuity and creative adaptations?Omari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell
  • 18. Sourceshttp://www.irinnews.org : Senegal : Utipian Plan Belies Dismal Reality for Flood Victimshttp://www.ignfi.fr : Interview with Alpha SIDIBE, in charge of the Fight against Flooding and Slums division of the Plan Jaxaay in Senegalhttp://www.seneweb.com : Attribution des logements du Plan Jaxaay : L’envol des complainteshttp://www.worldbank.org/idahttp://eau-vive.org/english-version.html#http://sertit.u-strasbg.fr/SITE_RMS/2005/10_senegal_2005/images/carte_localisation.jpghttp://www.rnw.nl/africa/bulletin/flood-weary-suburb-seeks-change-senegalhttp://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=19080http://www.smh.com.au/sport/motorsport/deluge-swamps-dakar-rally-hopefuls-20130113-2cn9f.htmlhttp://fr.starafrica.com/actualites/senegals-sall-goes-home-to-tackle-flood-249807.htmlhttp://www.madeleinebair.com/dakar/index.php?showimage=1http://africareportingproject.org/2010/04/05/the-last-farmers-of-dakar/Omari Washington, Andreas Theodoridis & Kristin Bell

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