New article published in the International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction

Highlights from the research

  • Assessing social-ecological risks to natural hazards is crucial for NBS projects.
  • Existing risk assessment frameworks have not been developed in the context of NBS.
  • Social and ecological aspects are not equally addressed in existing frameworks.
  • A vulnerability and risk assessment framework in the context of NBS is proposed.
  • 135 social-ecological indicators are provided as a reference for risk assessment.