HAZARD RISK MANAGEMENT IN A CROSS-BORDER APPROACH
Published: 20 Sep 2021
Abstract: Current international context is subjected to increased exposure and manifestation of extreme natural phenomena, which underlines, on every occasion, the unpredictability and intensity of the nature force. Hazards have no border, they manifest separate of territorial division and affect altogether poor and rich, independent of gender, color, statute or any other criteria. The setting of increased hazard risk emerges the need to create strong joint strategies and build resilience to hazards. Still, it is a real challenge, for any country, to be prepared for hazards manifestations in order to reduce to minimum all types of loses. The present paper addresses the need for a sustained trans-boundary approach on natural hazard risk. The purpose of the analysis is to provide solutions and joint approaches in facing the challenge of disaster and management of disparities between countries. Basically, in the end, the main objective is to reduce the risks of disasters and improve joint emergency situation management systems.
Keywords: natural hazard risk, hazards management, emergency interventions, disaster management disparities
Cite this article: Nicuta Precul Alina Mihaela. HAZARD RISK MANAGEMENT IN A CROSS-BORDER APPROACH. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Ecology & Safety 15, 180-187 (2021). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1002188/
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