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Tuesday, June 25 • 16:45 - 18:15
Trandiciplinary works for Coastal Community Reslient in Disaster Context: Japan and Indonesia Compared.

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Chaired by: Sugimoto, A.

Trandiciplinary works for Coastal Community Reslient in Disaster Context: Japan and Indonesia Compared 
Dedi S. Adhuri, Aoi Sugimoto & Hiroaki Sugino
Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Japan Fisheries Research & Education Agency, The University of Tokyo 

Coastal communities have been increasingly experiencing extreme events including Tsunami, super typhoons, and storm surge. Indonesia and Japan, both known as island nations which have massive seafood demands and also severe, frequent natural disasters, are facing the emergent necessity to deal with this increasing disaster events. This panel session will address this urgent topic, by inviting interdisciplinary researchers from Indonesia and Japan. In this session speakers and participants will share their knowledge, experience, and discuss how the local coastal communities can enhance their resilience toward frequent extreme events, by being collaborated with external agencies such as academics, governments, and industries.

Literature/articles discussed:

Strengthening or Weakening the community resilience against natural and human disaster events: Evidence from Japan.
Aoi Sugimoto

Learning from the NOW, Planning the Future with Agile-up Strategy.
Hiroaki Sugino


Tuesday June 25, 2019 16:45 - 18:15
REC A1.05 Roeters Eiland Complex, University of Amsterdam