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Integrated Risk of Pandemic: Covid-19 Impacts, Resilience and Recommendations (Disaster Resilience and Green Growth) 1st ed. 2020 Edition
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From the Back Cover
In light of the novel corona virus outbreak in December 2019 and its subsequent impact on entire world as a global pandemic, the book attempts to provide integrated risk assessment on Covid -19 like pandemics, as well as to understand the societal, environment and economic impact of the outbreak in various sectors of development. It covers fundamental factors of global disease outbreaks and its coverage as major disaster through the complexity and severity of consequences, illustrating the dimensions of low frequency high intensity disasters. It brings together broad range of topics including basic concepts, isolation measure, role of governance and key technical advancements for containing the diseases. In addition, it also covers resilience analysis towards the impacts such outbreaks have on bio-diversity, ecosystem services and agricultural food production. It defines key exit strategies from the lessons learned and success stories of historical disease outbreaks. The book is presented in four parts, where part 1 familiarizes with fundamentals; part 2 focuses on integrated risk assessments; part 3 focuses on various measures and strategies of resilience; and part 4 suggests key lessons and recommendations. The book is a useful reading reference for scientific community, policy makers and professionals across the domains of health, environment, disasters and sustainable development. Book is specifically beneficial for postgraduate students, researchers, planners and field professionals.
About the Author
Dr. Manish Kumar Goyal is an Associate Professor in the Discipline of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Indore. His research interests include water resources engineering, GIS and remote sensing applications in water and environment and climate change. He worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Nanyang Technological University Singapore and McGill University, Canada. He serves as an Associate Editor for the ASCE-Journal of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste. His contribution fetched him Recipient of ASCE-VIF (2019), Prof R J Garde Research Award, India Society of Hydraulics (2019), Recipient of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)-Best Theoretical-Oriented Paper Award (2018), NVIDIA GPU Research Grant (2018), IEI Young Engineers Award in Civil Engineering Division (2017-18), Indo-US WARI Fellowship Award (2016), DST –SERB Young Scientist-fast track grant (2015), Inspire Faculty award, 2014, Erasmus Mundus Interweave Award, Europe 2014, JSPS fellowship award, University of Tokyo, Japan (2013) and Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship Award.
Dr. Anil Kumar Gupta is a resilience and sustainability strategist, full Professor with India’s National Institute of Disaster Management, New Delhi. He Heads the Division of Environment and Disaster Risk Management and Centre for Excellence on Climate Resilience, projects in hand: CAP-RES (DST-GOI), HER-CAP (WHO), National Agriculture DM Plan (MOAF) and Crisis Management Plan (CPCB), Nodal Officer for Central Ministries, UNCCD, UNFCCC. Previously, he founded Bundelkhand University Institute of Environment and Development Studies as Reader, Head & Director I/C. His pioneering contributions were to national and sub-national policy-planning for disaster management, climate adaptation integration, ecosystem based / NBS for DRR, human resource planning and National contributions towards HFA-2/SFDRR. He implemented many international (GIZ, CDKN, UNDP, UNEP, WHO, NORAD, ISET, ICIMOD) and national projects (MOEF, ICSSR, CSIR, DST), supervised 06 PhDs, has over 140 publications including 20 books/manuals and 50 research/policy papers. He is WMO expert team member on climate statement, IUCN-CEM South Asia CG Member and Vice-chair of Association of Occupational and Environmental Health.
- Hardcover : 512 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9811576785
- ISBN-13 : 978-9811576782
- Dimensions : 6.14 x 1.13 x 9.21 inches
- Item Weight : 2.05 pounds
- Publisher : Springer; 1st ed. 2020 edition (November 1, 2020)
- Language: : English
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