Assess Features Cities Resilient To Disasters

Assess features cities resilient to disasters

  • Mohammad Heidari
  • Neda Eskandary
  • Bahar Seifi
  • Hamid Jafari
  • Shahrzad Pakjouei
Keywords: Resilience, cities, disaster

Abstract

Building resilience is a forward looking, target driven approach to urban development that uses a wide range of measures addressing all elements of urban systems. Ensuring these targets are met demands all levels of communities and governments work together to ensure the safety of all people and protect the economic, social, environmental, and cultural assets and attributes which define the unique character of each city. In this literature review, the information in the field of health searched and extracted from the related databases including Web of science, Pub Med, Scopus, Google Scholar, conference papers and published papers in the last years about resilience cities by keywords of disaster, resilience, resilience cities. The focus on urban disaster risk has helped raise awareness of localized disasters that have devastating impacts on communities, especially poor households, and constitute a persistent drain on national and local budgets. For those at earlier stages of resilience building, the creation of a new committee or working group is often the first step. Also in Iran this task does every year but in practice it doesn’t resulted in good news. [Mohammad H NJIRM 2016; 7(6): 74-78]

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Published
2018-02-08
How to Cite
Heidari, M., Eskandary, N., Seifi, B., Jafari, H., & Pakjouei, S. (2018). Assess Features Cities Resilient To Disasters: Assess features cities resilient to disasters. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 7(6), 74-78. Retrieved from http://www.nicpd.ac.in/ojs-/index.php/njirm/article/view/1396
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