Communicating Climate-Change and Natural Hazard Risk and Cultivating Resilience

Communicating Climate-Change and Natural Hazard Risk and Cultivating Resilience: Case Studies for a Multi-disciplinary Approach
Springer | Natural Hazards | Nov. 7 2015 | ISBN-10: 3319201603 | 311 pages | pdf | 10.29 mb

Editors: Drake, J.L., Kontar, Y.Y., Eichelberger, J.C., Rupp, S.T., Taylor, K.M. (Eds.)
Manual of risk and resilience communication for scientists, policymakers and professionals
Up-to-the-minute context of communicating about natural disasters
By geoscientists for geoscientists working with social scientists and communication principles
Underpinned by key communication theories and interspersed with pragmatic solutions
Crosses traditional boundaries: international, interdisciplinary, theoretical/applied

This edited volume emphasizes risk and crisis communication principles and practices within the up-to the minute context of new technologies, a new focus on resiliency, and global environmental change. It includes contributions from experts from around the globe whose research, advocacy, teaching, work, or service in the natural or social sciences deals with risk communication and/or management surrounding natural and technological disasters, with a particular focus on climate change-related phenomena. Resilience and good communication are intimately linked and with climate change precipitating more numerous and onerous weather-related catastrophes, a conversation on resilience is timely and necessary. The goal is robust communities that are able to withstand the shock of disaster. Communicating well under ordinary circumstances is challenging; communicating during a crisis is extraordinarily difficult.
This book is dedicated to all those who have directly or indirectly suffered the effects of climate change end extreme events with the hope that the advance of knowledge, implementation of sound science and appropriate policies and use of effective communication will help in reducing their vulnerability while also improving resilience in the face of often devastating natural and technological disasters.

Natural Hazards
Communication Studies
Climate Change/Climate Change Impacts
Environmental Management
Human Geography
Earth System Sciences

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