Strengthening Risk Governance Capacities for Climate Risk. Sanny R. Jegillos UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Center. Risk Governance. integrates scientific, economic, social and cultural aspects and includes the effective engagement of stakeholders
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Sanny R. Jegillos
UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Center
- International Risk Governance Council
Substantial differences in estimating probability of risk?
Poverty reduction programmes will be at risk.
Human development faces constraint.
Uncertainty due to climate change is a significant risk to achieving organizational goals.
Improve understanding of Disaster and Poverty Linkages
Impact is unfavorable to Least Developed Countries
The Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change that “ major natural disasters today can cost an average of 5% of GDP of LDCs ” and further say that the “cost of climate change in South East Asia could be as high as a 9-13% loss in GDP by 2100.“
Evolution of vulnerability and exposure will depend on the risk management and good governance approaches that will be taken.