The background, purpose, and design of this special section are briefly explained in this introductory article. Three aspects emerged from the articles in this special section and are highlighted to provide a frame of reference for the reader: (1) a paradigm shift towards adaptive and integrative disaster risk governance; (2) a framework that situates adaptive and integrative risk governance in the context of transformation toward sustainability; and (3) the introduction of “implementation science” as a concept, method, and emerging field that brings natural and social sciences, engineering, and humanities jointly to bear in risk mitigation and adaptation.
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- Publication Type
- Academic Articles
Okada, N., Chabay, I., & Renn, O. (2018). Participatory Risk Governance for Reducing Disaster and Societal Risks: Collaborative Knowledge Production and Implementation. International journal of disaster risk science, 9(4), 429-433. doi:10.1007/s13753-018-0201-x.
- Staff involved
- Projects involved
- Knowledge, Learning and Societal Change Alliance (KLASICA) Systemic Risks