Loss & Damage

What's Loss and Damage ?

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Example in a flood event

Loss

is the negative impacts in relation to which reparation or restoration is impossible, such as loss of freshwater resources

Damage

is the negative impacts in

relation to which reparation or

restoration is possible, such as windstorm damage to the roof of a building, or

damage to a coastal mangrove

forest as a result of coastal surges

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keywords :  Cannot be Recovered

keywords :  Can be Recovered

 

Loss and Damage on Climate Change

‘Losses and damages’ refer to impacts of climate change (include slow onset events and extreme weather events) that have not been, or cannot be, avoided through mitigation and adaptation efforts (Warner & van der Geest, 2013)

Type of Loss and Damage

Economy

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Bussiness Operation

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Agriculture Production

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Tourism

Building a Bridge

Infrastructure

Modern House

Property

Non-Economy

Wildlife

Biodiversity

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Ecosystem Service

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Teritory

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Social Identity

Art Class

Indigenous Knowledge

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Cultural Heritage

Bike Trail

Human Living

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People Mobilization

Paramedic

Health

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