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TitreA Metro-Vancouver risk-based land-use guide
AuteurStruik, L C; Pearce, L D; Clague, J J; Allan, J D; Dercole, F; Ulmi, F; Pearce, L D; Shoubridge, J; Hastings, N; Journeay, J M; Wojtarowicz, M; Weston, M; Jeromin, C; Walker, R
SourceCanadian Risk and Hazards Network 10th Annual Symposium - Abstracts ; 2013 p. 10
LiensPresentation online - Présentation en ligne
Année2013
Séries alt.Secteur des sciences de la Terre, Contribution externe 20130212
ÉditeurCanadian Risk and Hazards Network
RéunionCanadian Risk and Hazards Network Annual Symposium; Regina; CA; Novembre 5-8, 2013
Documentlivre
Lang.anglais
Mediapapier
Formatsdoc
ProvinceColombie-Britannique
SNRC92G/02; 92G/03; 92G/06; 92G/07
Lat/Long OENS-123.5000 -122.5000 49.5000 49.0000
Sujetsdangers pour la santé; secousses séismiques; risque de tremblement de terre; études séismiques; gouvernements; design à l'épreuve des tremblements de terre; géophysique
ProgrammeEvaluation quantitiative du risque, Géoscience pour la sécurité publique
Résumé(disponible en anglais seulement)
We provide the key elements of the draft version of the risk-based land-use guide for Metro-Vancouver, British Columbia. The presentation shows how the guide intends to strengthen community safety and resilience by supporting informed land-use decisions. This presentation is a step in the longer term goal of sustaining a dialogue to improve the guide and have other local guides developed. The land-use guide shows how to measure and understand the risks of actual and proposed land-use, and how to maintain acceptable levels of risk. Effective risk management is achieved through open and transparent sharing of knowledge by citizens, developers, and municipal and regional staff and elected officials, and requires a clear division and sharing of responsibility. The land-use guide audience is municipal and regional officials because they are responsible for strategic and operational land-use recommendations and decisions. Those officials contributed to creating the land-use guide and their input was used to ensure practicality and relevance. Guide practice uses existing local legislative, regulatory, and managerial instruments that balance social, economic, and environmental concerns. The guide shares tools to evaluate land-use risk, to improve hazard and risk management, and metrics for determining the success of the decision-making process. It defines hazard and risk concepts and contains case studies.
Résumé(Résumé en langage clair et simple, non publié)
Une présentation qui se donne un sommaire des contents de la guide pour les équipe des municipaux de Vancouver pour aider avec les décisions d'utilisation des terres. La guide est pour réduire les risques des aléas.
GEOSCAN ID293026