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Vulnerability assessment of people, livelihoods and ecosytems in the ganga basin
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household livelihood security. The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach to a limited extent addresses the issues of sensitivity and adaptive capacity to climate change, but a new approach for vulnerability assessment that integrates climate exposures and accounts for household adaptation practices is File Size: KB. vulnerability assessment, with a focus on the role of automation and tools. This overview is followed by the extensive listing of the tools themselves. Each entry in the tools catalogue summarizes the characteristics and capabilities of the vulnerability assessment tool, and identifies some key attributes,File Size: 1MB.
Vulnerability Assessment Case Studies. Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation: Resiliency Planning. The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation (LPBF) works to restore and preserve natural resources within the watershed. Restoration projects combined with community education and outreach to improve land management practices have yielded measurable. Tying Vulnerability Assessments to Business Impact. Getting maximum benefit from a vulnerability assessment requires an understanding of your organization’s mission-critical processes and underlying infrastructure, and applying that understanding to the results. To be truly effective, it should include the following steps: 1. Take an active role.
vulnerability methodologies specifically focused towards climate change and the fisheries and aquaculture sector, and it also includes literature from across the natural resources and social science disciplines. Barsley, W., De Young, C & Brugère, C. Vulnerability assessment methodologies: an annotated bibliography for climate change and theFile Size: KB. A questionnaire was designed by the authors, pre-tested, and administered at the household level to obtain primary data. An initial questionnaire was designed based on the literature and was pre-tested by interviewing 15 randomly selected maize farmers in the study area and then a final questionnaire was developed to mirror local realities of the maize farmers' vulnerability to climate by:
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This article presents a macro-environment vulnerability assessment of India's Living Ganga Programme. The Programmes aims to develop and implement strategies for sustainable energy and water resource development within the Ganga Basin, given the climate change implications.
The objective of the Climate Adaptation component is to assess the vulnerability of the people, livelihoods and ecosystems Cited by: 5. Vulnerability assessment of people, livelihoods and ecosystems in the ganga basin.
01/06/ WWF India; Climate adaptation is an integral component of WWF-India Attachments: ; Tags: Ecosystems; Agriculture. A vulnerability assessment is the process of identifying, quantifying, and prioritizing (or ranking) the vulnerabilities in a system.
Examples of systems for which vulnerability assessments are performed include, but are not limited to, information technology systems, energy supply systems, water supply systems, transportation systems, and communication systems.
A vulnerability assessment helps organizations to * Find out the security loopholes in their security environment and classify them based on their impacts that can be caused. * Fix those security vulnerabilities before intruder finds and exploits. Vulnerability Assessment Methodologies: A Review of the Literature.
March Whitney Moret ASPIRES. This report was produced under United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Cooperative Agreement No. AID-OAA-LA What is a vulnerability assessment. In the food industry, the term vulnerability livelihoods and ecosytems in the ganga basin book refers to a risk-assessment-style evaluation of a food’s vulnerability to food fraud.
Food fraud is deception, using food, for economic gain (Food Fraud Initiative, Michigan State University ). Some organisations, particularly in the United States of America, use the phrase vulnerability.
stock smallholders are and how their vulnerability differs across different ecological regions in Nepal. This study aims to test two vulnerability assessment indices, liveli-hood vulnerability index and IPCC vulnerability index, around the Gandaki River Basin of central Nepal.
A total of households practicing mixed agro-livestock were sur. Vulnerability is most often associated with poverty, but it can also arise when people are isolated, insecure and defenceless in the face of risk, shock or stress. People differ in their exposure to risk as a result of their social group, gender, ethnic or other identity, age and other factors.
Vulnerability Assessment as the name suggests is the process of recognizing, analyzing and ranking vulnerabilities in computers and other related systems to equip the IT personnel and management team with adequate knowledge about prevailing threats in the environment.
With the appropriate information at hand, the risk factors can rightly be. Vulnerability is scary. But it's also a powerful and authentic way to live. According to author Brené Brown, Ph.D, LMSW, in her latest book Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transf.
Finally, the vulnerability assessment outlined in this guidebook will describe and illustrate how to prepare maps of vulnerable areas, identify vulnerable facilities, estimate the number of people at risk, and identify key people to contact during an emergency.
vulnerability analysis and its aim is to provide timely analysis for emergency interventions as well as medium to long-term programming. The process of vulnerability assessment and analysis is currently centralized.
LVAC has been conducting annual vulnerability assessments (VA) of food security and livelihoods situation for ruralFile Size: 1MB. The key component of a vulnerability assessment is the proper definition for impact loss rating and the system’s vulnerability to that specific threat.
Impact loss differs per system. For example, an assessed air traffic control tower may consider a few minutes of downtime as a serious impact loss, while for a local government office, those.
Vulnerability Assessment: Livelihood Sensitivity Approach Gina Ziervogel ([email protected]) 1 Introduction This approach enables vulnerability to particular stresses to be captured by focusing on ability of individuals to deal with stress.
The approach focuses on homogenous livelihoods, which enables an assessment of theFile Size: KB. Unit Objectives Explain what constitutes a vulnerability.
Identify vulnerabilities using the Building Vulnerability Assessment Checklist. Understand that an identified vulnerability may indicate that an asset: is vulnerable to more than one threat or hazard; and that.
From vulnerability to risk. In the Fourth Assessment Report of the IPCC (AR 4) fromvulnerability is a core concept that describes the degree to which a natural or social system is susceptible to, and unable to cope with, adverse effects of climate change.
Yet, in the latest Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) of the IPCC Working Group II (WGII), this concept has been replaced by the concept.
For the best results, use related tools and plug-ins on the vulnerability assessment platform, such as: Best scan (i.e., popular ports) CMS web Author: Kenneth Gonzalez. Vulnerability assessment is the process of systemic review of security weaknesses by recognizing, analyzing, and prioritizing vulnerabilities existing in systems or IT equipment.
It is to trace prevailing threats in the environment and recommend remediation and mitigation methods. 4 MeThods And Tools For Assessing The VulnerAbiliTy oF ForesTs And PeoPle To CliMATe ChAnge Abstract 3 1 Introduction 5 2 Scope of the Paper 6 3 Generic Methods and Tools 9 For Analysing Vulnerability Interactively with Stakeholders 9 For Building Empirical Models from Observations 10 For Various Purposes face, a vulnerability assessment can help identify weaknesses, areas of strength, options to address any concerns, and prioritize any needed improvements.
Vulnerability Assessments can look at a specific type of infrastructure or consider risks from certain types of impacts. For example, flooding may be the biggest. UN-HABITAT Vulnerability Assessment 1 Overview The UN-HABITAT vulnerability assessment in Sihanoukville was designed to measure exposure, sensiti vity and adap ti ve capacity (collec ti vely understood as vulnerability) to climate change in the Municipal area of Size: 1MB.
Manual vulnerability assessment requires time but, it is far more effective and accurate than vulnerability scanning tools. The reason behind preferring manual assessment is the lack of in-depth understanding of the system to discover vulnerabilities.Ecosystem Vulnerability Assessment and Synthesis: A Report from the Climate Change Response Framework Project in Northern Wisconsin Northern Research Station United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service General Technical Report NRS Cited by: