Multi-Disaster Integrated Risk Assessment in City Range-A Case Study of Jinan, China

Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2023 Feb 16;20(4):3483. doi: 10.3390/ijerph20043483.


Urban multi-disaster integrated risk assessment is an important part of urban sustainable development and territorial spatial planning. Based on the results of integrated risk assessment, the scientific and effective performance of disaster prevention and reduction can be effectively improved. This study determines a multi-disaster integrated risk assessment system. The system evaluates the hazard level of disasters, the exposure level of disaster bearing bodies, the vulnerability level of disaster bearing bodies, and the urban resilience level, and determines the city's integrated risk level on this basis. Taking Jinan as an example, the risk, exposure, vulnerability, resilience, and integrated risk level of Jinan City were analyzed. The results show that the system reasonably analyzes the multi-disaster integrated risk level, and according to the assessment results, countermeasures for disaster prevention and suggestions for territorial spatial planning were put forward.

Keywords: Jinan city; multi-disaster integrated risk assessment; territorial spatial planning.

MeSH terms

  • China
  • Cities
  • Disaster Planning*
  • Disasters* / prevention & control
  • Risk Assessment