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Disaster risk assessment: Hazards, vulnerabilities, and capacities for the environmental risk management in Banjarmasin City, Indonesia
|Caspian Journal of Environmental Sciences|
|مقالات آماده انتشار، اصلاح شده برای چاپ، انتشار آنلاین از تاریخ 29 مرداد 1402 اصل مقاله (1.19 M)|
|نوع مقاله: Research Paper|
|شناسه دیجیتال (DOI): 10.22124/cjes.2023.7013|
|Wanda Gema Prasadio Akbar Hidayat* ؛ Hendy Tannady|
|Department of Management, Faculty of Business, Universitas Multimedia Nusantara, Indonesia|
|Aligning with the sustainable development goals 13 (SDGs 13) which aims at handling climate change and disaster management, and since Banjarmasin City is very strategic and is fairly densely populated, the Government needs to ensure that the people of Banjarmasin are safe from disasters. Conducting a disaster risk assessment (DRA) in Banjarmasin City, Indonesia, is the basis for planning the implementation of integrated, structured, directed and measurable disaster management. The disaster risk assessment document contains the process and results including hazards, vulnerabilities, and capacities which are the basis for determining disaster risk. The results of DRA are steps to determine the direction of disaster management policies in Banjarmasin City that are more focused and directed in the future. The involvement of all stakeholders related to disasters in Banjarmasin City and the community can support efforts to implement disaster management by following the results of DRA and calculating the potential for life exposure, property loss as well as environmental damage that have been prepared in the city. The DRA document is expected to be the basis for clear and comprehensive direction for disaster management. Therefore, the results of this assessment can be agreed and legalized by the local government, so that the implementation of disaster management in Banjarmasin City can be more focused. This produces a DRA document and disaster risk map in Banjarmasin City. The form of support and legality from policy makers in the regions is needed. So that, the results of DRAs can be used as a reference in disaster management efforts in Banjarmasin City.|
|Disaster؛ Risk؛ Assessment؛ Environment؛ Management|
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