Examples of risk-based approach implementation

Any planning approach to managing natural hazards requires institutional and political commitment. To reflect this, examples are provided to show how the principles of risk-based approach is implemented at a central government, regional, and international levels. Examples are also provided of various engagement strategies, from Thames-Coromandel; Takaka; Ruby Bay/Mapua; and Canada. Also included is an example of how a risk-based approach can be included in a district plan natural hazards chapter.

 Community-Engagement hind BOP workshop Queensland Ministry-for-the-Environment District plan BOP Regional policy

While the risk-based approach presented is an emerging approach, examples are provided to show how the underlying framework has been implemented.