Conducting formal risk assessment

Published: 21 August 2015
Last edited: 26 August 2016
The building block aims to help communities identify their risks. Risk scenarios and the action plan are developed. Complimentary surveys from biodiversity, environmental quality, fishery, and social economic studies are included into the risk assessment.


Collection of baseline and monitoring data and knowledge
Scale of implementation
Phase of solution
Planning phase

Enabling factors

Availability of data in the literature, from local governments. Qualified technical staff to analyze results from scientific monitoring on local climate change, biodiversity and livelihoods.

Lessons learned

Scientific information and community knowledge are necessary input data to produce a complete risk assessment.