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Building back safer and greener: A guide to sound environmental practices for disaster recovery...

This guide outlines ways in which adverse environmental impacts can be avoided after disasters, and good practices can be promoted. It covers sectors including settlements and land use planning; building construction; waste management; energy; infrastructure; water, sanitation and hygiene;...

Building Back Safer and Greener: A Guide to Sound Environmental Practices for Disaster Recovery...

"This guide outlines many ways in which adverse environmental impacts can be avoided after disasters, and good practices can be promoted. It is written for government and non-government organization (NGO) technical staff including engineers and architects; humanitarian, development and...

Constructing an ecosan toilet -- A film from UNICEF

The ‘Ecological Sanitation’ (Eco-San) toilet is an innovative sanitation technology that is food resilient and odorless.It uses almost no water in its operation, and human waste products are used as fertilizer. It is a double chambered toilet that converts human waste to ‘humanure’ which is used...

Helping Tugu Utara Village deal with waste

The Flood Resilience Programme (FRP) has applied a ‘one river – one management’ approach in Indonesia. It addressed impacts in the downstream community of Ciliwung (Jakarta) and also their causes further upstream in Bogor. One of the main issues upstream, based on a detailed assessment, is...

Technical manual for constructing ecosan toilet

Ecological Sanitation (EcoSan) is an environment friendly sustainable sanitation system which regards human waste as resource for agricultural purposes and food security. In contrast to the common practice of linear waste management which views waste or excreta as something that needs to be...

Understanding community-led resilience: the Jakarta floods experience

Disasters contribute to the complexity of urban problems such as water and sanitation, waste management and infrastructure damage. For some countries illegal settlements, slum areas, urbanisation, internal migration and employment dislocation exacerbate these problems. A common urban disaster...

Urbanising Disaster Risk

The study proposes a number of policy options for the Urban Poor Poverty Reduction Working Group (led by Phnom Penh Municipality and UNICEF) and Joint Action Group for DRR to consider: Mainstream DRR into urban plan­ning so that urban development does not increase the vulnerability of urban poor...

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