In order to define mitigation strategies, the regional public administrations in charge of prevention policies have to manage large territories characterized by multiple types of risks, i.e. natural and technological risks. They need to identify scientifically sound solutions, based on a compromise between the conflicting objectives of the relevant stakeholders. Natural and technological risks are characterized by different phenomenology, frequency of occurrence, magnitude of impact. They also present different level of acceptability and perception among stakeholders. Therefore, multi-risk assessment is an innovative approach for identifying the most critical areas of a region and it can support public authorities in defining and prioritising mitigation and emergency management strategies

Di Mauro, C., Bouchon, S., Frattini, P., Lari, S., Buldrini, M., Oliveri, S., et al. (2012). A Regional Multi-Risk Assessment Approach to Support the Definition Public Mitigation Strategies. In Proceedings of the International Disaster and risk Conference. IDrC Davos 2012 International Disaster and risk Conference 26 - 30 august 2012.Extended abstracts oral Presentations, sessions & Workshops (pp.202-206). Davos : Global Risk Forum GRF Davos, 7270 Davos Platz, Switzerland.

A Regional Multi-Risk Assessment Approach to Support the Definition Public Mitigation Strategies

FRATTINI, PAOLO;LARI, SERENA;
2012

Abstract

In order to define mitigation strategies, the regional public administrations in charge of prevention policies have to manage large territories characterized by multiple types of risks, i.e. natural and technological risks. They need to identify scientifically sound solutions, based on a compromise between the conflicting objectives of the relevant stakeholders. Natural and technological risks are characterized by different phenomenology, frequency of occurrence, magnitude of impact. They also present different level of acceptability and perception among stakeholders. Therefore, multi-risk assessment is an innovative approach for identifying the most critical areas of a region and it can support public authorities in defining and prioritising mitigation and emergency management strategies
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multi-risk, mitigation, prioritization, prevention policies.
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International Disaster and Risk Conference: Integrative Risk Management in a Changing World - Pathways to a Resilient Society, IDRC 26-30 August
Di Mauro, C., Bouchon, S., Frattini, P., Lari, S., Buldrini, M., Oliveri, S., et al. (2012). A Regional Multi-Risk Assessment Approach to Support the Definition Public Mitigation Strategies. In Proceedings of the International Disaster and risk Conference. IDrC Davos 2012 International Disaster and risk Conference 26 - 30 august 2012.Extended abstracts oral Presentations, sessions & Workshops (pp.202-206). Davos : Global Risk Forum GRF Davos, 7270 Davos Platz, Switzerland.
Di Mauro, C; Bouchon, S; Frattini, P; Lari, S; Buldrini, M; Oliveri, S; Seminati, P
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