Climate Change and Disasters: Managing Risks in Sri Lanka
Lanka, Institute of Policy Studies of Sri | September 2018
Natural Disasters which have now become more recurrent have multiple impacts on Sri Lanka's economic development process. The impacts of disasters are felt disproportionately among economic sectors and across socio-economic segments. While, disaster risk management aspects pay attention to all economic sectors, the agriculture sector should receive more emphasis due to the resultant food security and economic impacts within the sector and beyond.
CitationLanka, Institute of Policy Studies of Sri. 2018. Climate Change and Disasters: Managing Risks in Sri Lanka. © Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/9133.
Climate impacts assessment
Global climate change
Soils and climate
Climate change mitigation
Communication in rural development
Rural enterprise zones
Rural manpower policy
Environment impact analysis
Urban climatologyShow allCollapse