Japan

Fundamental Plan for National Resilience

Executive
Plan
Passed in 2018
This plan defines four overarching principles governing resilience in Japan: preventing loss of life, maintaining state and society functions, minimizing property damage, and achieving swift recovery. The policies planned for by the Japanese government place special emphasis on combining "hard" and "soft" adaptation measures. Examples include developing disaster management facilities, resilient construction, emergency drills, and disaster management education. Additionally, this plan outlines procedures for conducting vulnerability assessments, different mechanisms for promoting resilience in different sectors and at different levels of government, and the process for reviewing national and subnational resilience plans.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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