- Meeting or Conference
- Gadjah Mada University; Indonesian Association of Hydraulic Engineers (HATHI); International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research, the (IAHR); Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA); Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT); Ministry of Public Works, Directorate General of Water Resources); Provincial Government of the Special Region of Yogyakarta (PGSRY)
- 06-08 Sep 2013
- Indonesia (Yogyakarta)
- The Sheraton Mustika
Water-related natural disasters, namely droughts and flood, landslides, high tide flood and mount erruption flood are the primary killers, and heavily affect millions of people. These disasters are serious impediments to sustainable development and poverty reduction. Huge economic losses can also be ascribed to water-related disasters, including massive impacts to infrastructure, shelter, health and food production. The influences of climate variability/change and global warming with the likely increased frequency of drought floods and other water related disaster will increase the vulnerability of populations. Demographic changes, urbanization, migration and lack of adequate infrastructure are also putting higher numbers of people at risk than ever before. Therefore, assessment of the risks and possible negative consequences of water-related disasters encountered by global changes should be comprehensively studied and understood in order to have better solutions.
- Risk management in water-related disaster
- Innovation in disaster mitigation and adaptation
- Capacity building for water resources management
- Community participation in disaster management
- To give opportunity to local, regional and international participants to have a better understanding of water-related disaster and have a new thought on its risk management.
- To provide a platform for experts to share experiences and knowledge on the best profesional judgement of natural disaster based development and management under changing environmental and socio-economical conditions.
- To give opportunity to have innovation on water-related disaster solutions.
Event feeForeigners: HATHI member rate - $400, student rate - $300, non-member rate - $500; Indonesians: HATHI member rate - Rp. 1.750.000, student rate - Rp. 1.250.000, non-member rate - Rp. 2.000.000
- HATHI members
- National and provincial experts from all over Indonesia
- International experts (Japan, ASEAN Countries, and other countries)
How to register
Please register online.
Deadline to register is 31 July 2013.
- Capacity Development, Climate Change, Community-based DRR, Water, Critical Infrastructure
- Drought, Flood, Land Slide