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Title: The differential approach in disaster risk transfer: a strategy for reducing vulnerability to climate threats.
Authors: Fernández Lopera, Cristian Camilo 
Mendes, José Manuel 
Barata, Eduardo Jorge Gonçalves 
Keywords: Socioeconomic vulnerability; Climate risk transfer; Disaster risk management
Issue Date: 16-May-2022
Publisher: FCT
Project: FCT 2021.07982.BD 
Serial title, monograph or event: Encontro Ciência 2022.
Place of publication or event: Lisboa
Abstract: General Objective To generate a risk transfer model that incorporates the differential approach on territorial units of the regions Pacífica, Caribe or Insular of Colombia to reduce socioeconomic vulnerability to climate-related hazards. Specific Objectives To develop the concept of differential risk transfer. This contributes to 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 11 and 5. To prioritize the territorial units of the regions Pacífica, Caribe or Insular susceptible to the implementation of a Climate Risk Transfer Mechanism (CRTM). Contributes to SDGs 13, 11 and 5. To know the perception of the prioritized territorial units about the implementation of a CRTM. Contributes to SDG 13. To generate a differential risk transfer model using prioritized territorial units as a case study. Contributes to SDGs 13, 11 and 5.
Description: Póster apresentado no Encontro Ciência 2022. Lisboa, Portugal.
Rights: openAccess
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