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Spatial Planning and Resilience Following DisastersInternational and Comparative Perspectives$
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Stefan Greiving, Michio Ubaura, and Jaroslav Tesliar

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9781447323587

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2017

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447323587.001.0001

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Role of coordination in building spatial resilience after disasters

Role of coordination in building spatial resilience after disasters

(p.277) Chapter B3 Role of coordination in building spatial resilience after disasters
Spatial Planning and Resilience Following Disasters

Jaroslav Tešliar

Alena Kučeravcová

Ján Dzurdženík

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Currently, in all countries, a fragmentation in responsibilities for disaster risk assessment and management deteriorates efficiency and effectiveness of independent actions taken by different institutions. The mostly parallel work of sectoral planning only pursues sectoral interests. A comprehensive planning approach where sectoral interests are harmonized is missing. By developing binding standards and indicators for spatial development, comprehensive spatial planning could take over the role of a harmonizer in building spatial resilience. This chapter identifies access points for a strengthened coordination between the different vertical levels of spatial planning and a more efficient interplay between spatial planning, sectoral planning divisions and emergency response throughout the different stages of the disaster risk cycle.

Keywords:   coordination, sectoral planning, spatial resilience, disaster resilience, spatial planning

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