Assessing potential loss and damage for flood hazard using an econometric modelling technique

Agriculture production largely depends on weather conditions and is extremely prone to natural hazards. A more frequent and severe occurrence of natural hazards such as storms and floods has put food security at increased risk in recent decades. Evaluating the true impact (loss and damage) of disaster in the agriculture sector is very challenging. The...

Basnayake, S., Ulubasoglu, M., Rahman, M., Premalal, S., Chandrapala, L., Shrestha, M., . . . Gupta, N. (2021). Assessing potential loss and damage for flood hazard using an econometric modelling technique. APN Science Bulletin. doi:10.30852/sb.2021.1499

Participatory methodologies enable communities to assess climate-induced loss and damage

Opportunities to strengthen resilience can be limited, as the adverse impacts of climate change become more severe. In these cases, it is recognized that there are limits to adaptation and that communities are facing loss and damage as a result of climate change. The perspectives of communities most vulnerable to climate change impacts—in particular those...

Anderson, T., & Singh, H. (2020). Participatory methodologies enable communities to assess climate-induced loss and damage. APN Science Bulletin, 10(1). doi:10.30852/sb.2020.1241

Addressing non-economic loss and damage associated with climatic events: Cases of Japan and Bangladesh

Non-economic loss and damage (NELD) could constitute a major proportion of the total loss and damage caused by any climate-related disasters. Despite this, most NELD has not been well measured and reported in most post-disaster reports and databases and has often not been given the attention it deserves in most disaster risk assessments and risk reduction interventions....

Chiba, Y., Prabhakar, S., & Islam, M. (2019). Addressing non-economic loss and damage associated with climatic events: Cases of Japan and Bangladesh. APN Science Bulletin, 9(1). doi:10.30852/sb.2019.740

Appraising slow onset hazards for loss and damage: Case studies in Southeast Asia

Slow onset processes were investigated in five pilot areas in Southeast Asia, i.e., Kampong Speu Province (Cambodia), Selangor State (Malaysia), Thatdama Kyun Village (Myanmar), Kanan Watershed (Philippines), and Quang Ngai Province (Vietnam). Pilot areas with low-lying coasts are exposed to floods, saline intrusion and sea-level rise while some are also affected by storms and typhoons....

Pereira, J., Pulhin, J., Chhinh, N., Tran, D., & Satari, S. (2019). Appraising slow onset hazards for loss and damage: Case studies in Southeast Asia. APN Science Bulletin, 9(1). doi:10.30852/sb.2019.720