Disasters Without Borders: Regional Resilience for Sustainable Development: Asia-Pacific Disaster Report 2015
Disasters Without Borders: Regional Resilience for Sustainable Development: Asia-Pacific Disaster Report 2015 Explains trans-border disaster risks, and regional resilience. Focuses on agricultural drought as a recurring risk, water and land management, regional drought mechanism and suggested mitigation. Mentions the early warning systems, forecasting systems, multi-hazard systems, and key element of end-to-end systems. Argues that countries can reduce risks and impacts of disasters by sharing information and expertise to work closely together with highlights on information management, pre- and post-disaster risk management, disaster risk management, and loss assessment. Concludes mechanisms, policies and planning, finance and budget, strategic framework to achieve the sustainable development goals.