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245 00 Building resilient regions /|cedited by Chisato Asahi 
264  1 Singapore :|bSpringer Singapore :|bImprint: Springer,
300    1 online resource (xii, 275 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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490 1  New frontiers in regional science: Asian perspectives,
       |x2199-5974 ;|vvolume 35 
505 0  Part 1: From Vulnerable to Resilient: a Framework for 
       Regional Context -- Sustainability and Vulnerability: Well
       -Being in the Geo-, Eco- and Socio-Environment -- Building
       Resilience for Vulnerability -- Part 2: Case Study and 
       Issues -- Sustainable Activities for Rural Development -- 
       Small Activities to Transmit Environmental and Cultural 
       Resources: The Case of the Takasegawa River in Kyoto -- 
       Management of depopulated areas viewed as concept of GES-
       environment: The case of Kumogahata in Kyoto -- Resident's
       Awareness about Inheritance of Greenery in Gardens -- Part
       3: Design and Policy for a Resilient Regional System -- 
       Types of Social Enterprises and Various Social Problems --
       Overviews of waste management policies in Japan -- Methods
       of Environmental Risk Management for Land Contamination 
       Problems:Suggestions for Japan -- The Role of Parks in the
       Inheritance of Regional Memories of Disasters -- Measuring
       the Public Supply of Private Hedges for Disaster 
       Prevention -- Part 4: Evaluation of Regional Vulnerability
       and Resilience -- Environmental Valuation Considering Dual
       Aspects of an Urban Waterside Area -- Economic evaluation 
       of risk premium of social overhead capital in 
       consideration of the decision-making process under risk --
       A Study of Nishihara Village's Disaster Response in the 
       Kumamoto Earthquake and the Disaster Victims' Perception 
       of Life Recovery and Assessment of Health -- Smart Cities 
       for Recovery and Reconstruction in the Aftermath of a 
520    This book focuses on building regional resilience by 
       comprehensively improving regional assets. Regional 
       vulnerability depends on the availability of regional 
       assets for the population, as well as the population's 
       ability to access those assets. Such assets include the 
       environment, population size, community, and human capital,
       as well as traditional physical infrastructure. 
       Identifying and improving these regional assets, which 
       provide resource flows to help cope with regional 
       disruptions-natural disasters, economic crises, or 
       demographic changes- serves to mitigate vulnerability and 
       build resiliency. The book pursues an interdisciplinary 
       approach to investigating regional resilience, bringing 
       together welfare and environmental economics, public 
       administration, risk and disaster management, policy 
       studies, development studies, and landscape architecture. 
       Up-to-date case studies are provided, including recovery 
       from the Great East Japan Earthquake in Japan, regional 
       development for depopulation areas, and urban policy for 
       smart cities. These studies reflect and share the latest 
       findings on key issues, policymaking and implementation 
       processes, and implications for evaluation methodologies-
       all of which are indispensable to the building of 
       resilient regions. This book is highly recommended for 
       researchers and practitioners seeking a fresh, 
       interdisciplinary approach to regional and urban 
       development. It provides a valuable reference guide to 
       building resiliency and mitigating vulnerability, both of 
       which are imperative to achieving sustainable regions 
650  0 Resilience (Personality trait)|zJapan 
650  0 Communities|zJapan|xHistory 
650  0 Crisis management|zJapan|xHistory 
650  0 Disasters|xSocial aspects|zJapan|xHistory 
650 14 Regional/Spatial Science 
650 24 Economic Policy 
650 24 Social Policy 
650 24 Political Economy/Economic Systems 
650 24 Environmental Economics 
651  0 Japan|xRural conditions 
700 1  Asahi, Chisato,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer eBooks 
830  0 New frontiers in regional science: Asian perspectives ;
       |vvolume 35 
856 40 |uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-7619-1