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    • Harokopion  University  of  Athens  (HUA)     What  targets  and  what  target   stakeholders  would  we    like  to   address  and  reach?       andoulaki   Miranda  D KNOW-­‐4-­‐DRR  Kick-­‐off  Mee=ng,  11  and  12  June  2013,  POLIMI,  Milano,  Italy    
    • “Stakeholders”  (IRGC,  2005)   Socially  organised  groups  that  are  or  will  be   affected  by:   •   the  outcome  of  the  event  or  the  acGvity   from  which  the  risk  originates  and/or     •  the  risk  management  op=ons  taken  to   counter  the  risk.      
    • Other  groups  that  may  also  have  a  role   Scien=fic  communiGes   Professional  bodies   The  media   Cultural  elites  and  opinion  leaders   The  non-­‐organised  affected  public  and  the   non-­‐organised  observing  public   •  Charity  agents,  NGOs     •  •  •  •  • 
    • “Stakeholders”  (Glicken,  2000)   An  individual  or  a  group     •   influenced  by  or   • with  the  ability  to  significantly  impact  (either   directly  or  indirectly)   the  topical  area  of  interest    
    • Knowledge  developed  by  different  groups   Public sector Civil society scientists scientists Private sector Private sector Public sector Civil society
    • Disciplines  and  professional  bodies:       PercepGon  of  their  involvement  in  earthquake  miGgaGon     Structural engineers Urban planners Geoscientists
    • Role  and  interac=on  of  different  disciplines   and  professionals     Structural engineers Geoscientists Planners Institutional frames, practice and experience, training and education
    • Kalamata  EQ  (1986)  
    • Ilia  (Greece)  forest  –  fires  (2007)  
    • Stakeholders   public  sector   Hellenic           Nati onal   Meteorological   Serv ice   Forest  Special   Secretariat  of   the  Ministry  of   Environment,   Energy  &   Climate  Change   General   Directorate  for   the   Development   and  Protection   of  Forests  and   Natural   Env ironment   The  Hellenic  Fire   Brigades  (HFB)   Instit utions  as   Argyroupo lis   Centre  for   Env ironmental   Edu cation   (ACEE)   Central   Government-­‐ Central   Ministries   Prefectural   Authority   International   Organizations   scientists   studying  climat e   change   recovery   planning  a nd  the   reconstruction   private   sector   Donations   Private   developers-­‐ Investors   Contractors  and   Suppliers       Civil  society   Media   NGO's-­‐n onprofit   organizations      
    • Stakeholders  in  a  golf  resort  planning  &   approval  -­‐  Environmental  dispute  case  
    • EQ Risk Reduction: From knowledge to action Aim: identifying the needs of actors in EQ risk reduction (scientific communities, policy-makes & practitioners) as regards scientific and technical tools and resources Source:  GeoHazards  Int.  and  Colorado  State  University  (2012).  Understanding  GEM’s  PotenGal   Beneficiaries:  A  Study  of  Earthquake  Risk  ReducGon  AcGviGes,  Needs,  and  Barriers  
    • KNOW-­‐4-­‐DRR   •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •    CriGcal  infrastructure   ICTs   Insurance  and  reinsurance   Banking  and  finance   The  construcGon  sector     Real  estate   Tourism   ….  
    •   OrganisaGonal  structure  of  the  liberalised  European  electricity   system,  based  on[Knops  2004]  
    • Iden=fying  the  stakeholders  (1)   “…  are  or  will  be  affected  by  the  hazardous  event  or   process  or  ac8vity  from  which  risk  originates…”   What  are  the  possible  consequences  in  terms  of   who  will  suffer  what  (damage,  loss,  tangible,   intangible)  where  and  when.       SpaGal  –  temporal  dimensions  /  Uncertainty     Knowledge  is  essenGal  for  idenGfying  the  stakeholders.    
    • Iden=fying  the  stakeholders  (2)   “…  are  or  will  be  affected  by  the  risk  management  op8ons”   • Long  term  –  short  term  measures  for  DRR   • Structural  v  non-­‐structural  /  Soa  v  hard  measures   • Mainstreaming  disaster  risk  reducGon   • DRR  and/within  sustainable  development   • Global  to  local  scales   • Shiaing  risk  to  future  generaGons,  shiaing  risk   from  one  part    of  the  world  to  the  other,  shiaing   risk  from  one  social  group  to  the  other   • Risk  sharing     Knowledge  is  essenGal  for  idenGfying  the  stakeholders.    
    • Selec=on  and  inclusion   •  Who  selects  who  is  included  in  decision   making  and  implementaGon  and  how?     •  How  urgency  affects  this?  Hierarchical  versus   problem  solving  models  of  emergency   management   •  Can  one  include  in  stakeholders  also  these   who  are  assigned  with  the  task  to  define  and   propose  policy  opGons  and  these  who  are  in   risk  management  business?  
    • Decision  making,  policy  making  and   implementa=on  processes:  Issues  to  discuss   •  Who  plays  a  role,  what  role,  at  what  stage  of   the  process,  how  informaGon  and  knowledge   affects  this  role,  significance  of  the  role   •  Knowledge  flows  within  the  process:  actors,   sources,  type,  means  and  tools   •  IntenGons  and  interests  associated  with  using   the  knowledge   •  Place  of  knowledge  within  the  process   •  Useful,  usable  and  used  knowledge    
    • •  Bridging  the  gap  between  knowing  and  doing   takes  more  then  knowledge   •  Explore  a  spectrum  of  tools  to  enable   knowledge  and  focus  on  facilitaGng  the   development/selecGon  of  the  tool/approach   most  appropriate  for  the  specific  case   •  Use  the  project  itself  as  a  case  to  see  how  an   issue  is  negoGated,  facilitated  and   implemented.    
    •   What  targets  and  what  target   stakeholders  would  we  like  to   address  and  reach?