Stream 3. Enhancing Resilience Capacity of Disaster and Climate Change
Floods, drought and landslides take place in turns in Indonesia. This hydrometeorological disaster shows an increasing trend every year. At the beginning of 2021, a large number of floods had occurred in several areas, including South Kalimantan, North Sulawesi, Aceh, DKI, Central Java (North Coast). Landslides also occurred in several places such as Bogor, Sumedang, Kebumen, and Banjarnegara. These disasters occur because the intensity of rain increases as a result of climate change. In the next few months, drought and forest and land fires are likely to occur. Mitigation of hydrometeorological disasters and climate change must always be carried out so that the impact on society can be reduced. This mitigation can be done by increasing the capacity to resist hydrometeorological disasters and climate change.
- Discuss Enhancing resilience capacity of disaster and climate change.
- Gap analysis of research and implementation of hydrometeorological and climate change disaster resilience capacities.
- Develop an action plan to follow up on the results of the conference.
- State of the art Enhancing resilience capacity of disaster and climate change
- Action plan for Enhancing resilience capacity of disaster and climate change
- Compiling Cooperation to implement action plans
Parties related to handling hydrometeorological disasters and climate change include the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB), the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas), Universities, Research Institutions, Non-Governmental Organizations, Donor Agencie, policy makers, forestry practitioners from private sector, international organizations, and other stakeholders.
Theme and Subthemes
Theme: Enhancing resilience capacity of disaster and climate change
Sub themes :
- Mitigation and adaptation of hidrometeorological disaster
- Mitigation and adaptation of climate change disaster
- Technology on early warning system and monitoring system of disaster
- Handling post disaster
- Disaster awareness regulation and culture
Exibition and Study Visit
Nglegi village, Patuk sub regency, Gunung Kidul Regency, Yogyakarta Province
- Dr. Edward Game, Lead Scientist from The Nature Conservancy, Australia