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“一带一路”防灾减灾与可持续发展北京宣言
Alternative TitleScientific, Technical and Policy Dialogue for the Better Implementation of the UN Sendai Framework and the Sustainable Development Goals 2030
All participants from the International Conference on Silk-roads Disaster Risk Reduction and Sustainable Development, held on 11-12 May 2019 in Beijing, China
2019
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《宣言》提出了4项科技行动计划和9项推进举措,支撑“一带一路”灾害风险防范与管理。4项科技行动计划包括加强灾害风险认知、灾害风险管理、提高灾害风险抵抗能力建设、加强灾后重建对策。9项推进举措主要包括加强灾害风险评估能力,促进大数据、灾害风险数据及新兴技术等共享与应用,建设高效灾害信息共享平台,加强社区、地方、国家、跨境、区域多层级风险管理科学研究、防灾减灾政策制定以及减灾应用,推进跨学科国际减灾科技计划。

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The Silk Road, tracing back from the Han Dynasty (207 BC ‐ 220 AD), traverses more than 70 countries and affects some 4.4 billion people (63% of the world). For centuries, the Silk Road has played an essential role in connecting the East and the West, through the exchange of trade, science, technology, culture and civilization. However, this area also suffers natural hazards that are being exacerbated by climate change. This presents challenges for implementing disaster risk reduction and achieving sustainable development. These challenges include the lack of baseline data and capacity and tools for data collection, sharing and analysis, as well as the absence of science‐based risk assessments and mitigation countermeasures, among others. The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 (Sendai Framework) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were established in 2015, and emphasize the need to understand the underlying factors causing disaster risk. They also promote international cooperation in disaster risk reduction and sustainable development globally including high-risk areas such as along the Silk Road. Resilience against disasters must be enhanced and international platforms for joint research and information sharing within the field are imperative.
To support the role of science and technology, the International Conference on Silk‐road Disaster Risk Reduction and Sustainable Development with the theme: “Towards Safe, Green,  and Resilient Silk Road” was held in Beijing on 11‐12 May 2019. It was co‐hosted by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST), the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR), and the Alliance of International Science Organization (ANSO). The conference brought together about 700 senior researchers and academics, policy  ‐makers, practitioners, universities and institution leaders, organizations and private sectors from over 40 countries to discuss means of strengthening science‐based disaster risk reduction and SDGs.

Language英语
Source Publication“一带一路”防灾减灾与可持续发展国际学术大会
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Identifierhttp://ir.imde.ac.cn/handle/131551/26092
Collection山地灾害与地表过程重点实验室
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All participants from the International Conference on Silk-roads Disaster Risk Reduction and Sustainable Development, held on 11-12 May 2019 in Beijing, China. “一带一路”防灾减灾与可持续发展北京宣言. 2019-01-01.
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