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  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Welcome ! Webinar II October 22, 2013 Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 1
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Welcome to all participants! of course also to those whose pictures are not displayed! Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 2
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Wrap Up – Webinar I • Introduction of team members and overview of the general topics of the Summer School (short videos) • Concepts and different definitions (Risk, adaptation, coping, etc.) • Discussion with the participants in the chat and the Alumniportal 1. Are landslides, earthquakes and such really sidelined by the climate change debate? 2. Coping is a subcomponent of adaptation (?!) 3. Creeping processes are sidelined by the focus on extreme events! Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 3
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Countries of Origin of the Participants Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 4
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Video input from participants Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 5
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  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Statements “Approximately 250.000.000 inhabitants will be affected by climate change due to high population density and rapid industrialization. “ (Arinafril Arinafril, Indonesia) “Are climate change effects more effective in rural areas than in urban areas?” (Binali Tercan, Turkey) Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 7
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Will urban and densely populated areas or rather rural areas be more affected by CC extreme events? http://atlas.pdc.org/atlas/ Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 8
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Statements “Community conflicts driven by competition for scarce water and pasture resources will also increase risk of health and safety.” (Emebet Bogale, Ethiopia) Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 9
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” How do conflicts and „natural“ extreme events interplay? Ongoing conflicts around the world October 2012 Recent „natural“ extreme events http://www.pdc.org Major wars, 1,000+ deaths per year Minor skirmishes and conflicts, fewer than 1000 deaths per year Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. http://en.wikipedia.org 10
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Statements “How can we build up social resilience and climate change communication?” (Yang Deng, China) “It has been proved, especially in Latin America, that the only projects with a true chance for success are those with a feedback from society.” (Agustin Miranda, Argentina)  How can communication, learning and feedback from the society be applied effectively in building resilience? Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 11
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  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Introduction to EcoDRR – Udo Nehren (ITT) Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 13
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” © worldvision.com.au Between 2004 and 2012, approx. 875,000 people were killed in disasters, and the material damage is estimated with USD 1,453 bn (Munich Re 2013) © Reuters Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 14
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Prone to natural hazards High exposure Low coping capacities Alliance Development Works (2012): World Risk Report 2012 Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 15
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Natural hazards and disasters www.cnx.org Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 16
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Environmental degradation and disasters • “Environmental degradation is a significant factor that reduces the adaptive capacity of societies to deal with disaster risk in many countries” (...) “Not all storms and other natural hazards need to turn into disasters“ (World Risk Report 2012) Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 17
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 18
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Example: Degradation of coastal dunes in Vietnam, Chile and Indonesia reduces protection against storms and waves © U. Nehren Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 19
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Example from Kenya: Destruction of dry forests for charcoal production Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. Higher drought risk Biodiversity loss Reduced carbon storage No incomes from tourism 20
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Drivers of land and ecosystem degradation: economic and population growth, lack of land management skills and environmental education; here: Central Vietnam © U. Nehren Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 21
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Countries of Origin of the Participants of the DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 22
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Recent disasters and extreme events – October 2013 Philippines Earthquake: Several dead in Balilihan Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 23
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Recent disasters and extreme events – October 2013 Philippines Earthquake: 144 people killed in Balilihan Very severe cyclonic storm Phailin: India's biggest evacuation operation in 23 years, 43 people killed Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 24
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Discussion Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 25
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Discussion – After the webinar (in the Alumniportal) Questions for discussion by Udo Nehren (ITT) Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 26
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Question/Discussion point 1 Do you know examples from your home countries where land and ecosystem degradation increases disaster risk? Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 27
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Question/Discussion point 2 Do you know about strategies or projects in your home countries related to Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction (Eco-DRR) or Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA)? Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 28
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Question/Discussion point 3 Do you think there are difficulties to implement Eco-DRR or EbA projects in your home countries? If so, what could be main obstacles? Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 29
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Discussion Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 30
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Discussion – After the webinar (in the Alumniportal) 1. EcoDRR – Questions from Udo Nehren (ITT) 2. Discussion on recent climate extreme events and disasters Which are recent extreme events in your region? Which are the main challenges regarding these events? 3. Assignment II – Our team is online to answer your questions Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 31
  • https://www.alumniportal-deutschland.org/community/pg/groups/9227165/coping-withdisasters-and-climate-extremes/ 32
  • https://www.alumniportal-deutschland.org/community/pg/groups/9227165/coping-withdisasters-and-climate-extremes/ 33
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” Thank you for your participation! We are looking forward to meeting you in Cologne & Bonn! Remember to visit our website: http://riskncrisis.wordpress.com/summerschool/ Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 34
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013 “Coping with Disasters & Climate Extremes – Challenges and Cooperation Potentials” We now continue the discussion in our group in the Alumniportal https://www.alumniportal-deutschland.org/community/pg/groups/9227165/copingwith-disasters-and-climate-extremes/ Part of the 2013 DAAD initiative „Learning from crises: The challenge of building disaster resilient societies”. 35