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September 2019. pp. 367-379
Purpose: This study aims to propose a framework for climate change risk management by analyzing characteristics of climate-induced disasters. Method: The recent global and domestic trends of loss and damage under natural disaster events and the characteristics of climate-induced disasters were analyzed to design a framework for climate change risk management. Results: In consideration of the uncertainty of climate risk and various spatio-temporal scales of climate disasters, a new framework is suggested for comprehensive climate risk management that includes risk assessment, goal setting, planning, monitoring and evaluation, learning and adjustment. The framework aims at an iterative process that is activated by stakeholder engagement. Conclusion: Pilot studies need to be conducted to revise and polish the framework in the future, and institutional arrangements should be prepared for the effective implementation of the comprehensive climate risk management.
연구목적: 본 연구는 기후변화에 따른 재난의 특성을 분석하여 기후위험에 대비하기 위한 관리체계를 제시함을 목적으로 한다. 연구방법: 최근 국내외 자연재난으로 인한 피해의 추이를 분석하고 기후변화에 따른 재난의 특성을 파악함으로써 기후위험을 위한 관리체계를 설계한다. 연구결과: 기후변화에 따른 위험의 불확실성과 다양한 규모의 재난을 고려할 때, 위험의 평가에서부터 목표 설정, 계획 수립, 모니터링 및 평가, 학습과 조정 등의 핵심과정을 포함하는 포괄적 기후위험 관리체계가 요구되며, 이는 이해관계자 참여를 바탕으로 지속적으로 반복되는 체계를 의미한다. 결론: 본 연구에서 제시한 포괄적 기후위험 관리체계를 효과적으로 추진하기 위해 시범사업을 통해 관리체계를 수정 및 보완하고, 필요한 제도적 여건을 마련해야 한다.
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  • Publisher :The Korean Society of Disaster Information
  • Publisher(Ko) :한국재난정보학회
  • Journal Title :Journal of the Society of Disaster Information
  • Journal Title(Ko) :한국재난정보학회논문집
  • Volume : 15
  • No :3
  • Pages :367-379