Arno Rosemarin

Arno Rosemarin PhD is Senior Research Fellow at SEI and has a multidisciplinary environmental and natural resources background with a speciality in disaster risk reduction, sustainable sanitation and water resources management, food security and phosphorus limitation, limnology and aquatic toxicology. He has extensive international experience working in co-operation with a variety of international development agencies, as well as national authorities and industry. His skills include communication, programme development, policy dialogues, capacity building, research management, personnel resources, field and laboratory research, writing, synthesis and training. His work at SEI has created many opportunities for integration of social and environmental considerations into development activities. He has a strong ongoing activity in the area of development and implementation of training and capacity both within his home institute and in partner institutes. 

Barangay Anibong in Tacloban (Philippines), hit by Super Typhoon Yolanda on 8 November 2013 - 7-metre high storm surges and wind speeds of 315 km/hour. Photo: Albert Salamanca/SEI

A typology framework for trade-offs in development and disaster risk reduction:Typhoon Haiyan recovery in Tacloban, Philippines

What are the trade-offs in the pursuit of development and DRR and what is their role in transformation? This article provides a typology of trade-off dimensions applied in a SE Asian case study.

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Motorbike navigates flash flood in Thailand

Trade-offs in development and disaster risk decision-making

A discussion brief from SEI's TDDR Initiative considers key trade-offs found in development and DRR decision-making in search of spaces for transformation. 

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Arno is a member of the following Themes, Networks or Projects

537b400e7b1dd6324595173-51498e7c01-o - climate adaptation.

Disasters and Climate Change

Generating knowledge to integrate disaster risk reduction (DRR) with equitable, sustainable and resilient development, recognizing that development and DRR are interlinked.  
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