The Committee aims to provide leadership within the scientific and academic community in China, and to educate and work with stakeholders to co-develop a resilient society. It aims to conduct in-depth studies of disaster risk governance mechanisms in order to support government decision-making processes relevant to disaster risk reduction, and to help business sectors assess risks and identify opportunities.

The Committee works closely with the Integrated Risk Governance (IRG) project, the Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR) programme, and with the International Society for Integrated Disaster Risk Management (IDRiM) to further develop and promote the integrated risk governance paradigm.

The research priorities are:

  • Pollutions linked with environmental and climate Change
  • Urbanization and social harmonic development
  • Climate variability over monsoon regions and human activity
  • Global change and responses on critical zones 5. Food, energy supply and the future development
  • Food, energy supply and the future development
  • Biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • Industrial transformation and green production
  • Disaster early warning in the context of global environmental change
  • East Asian traditional culture and sustainable development
  • Sustainability in polar regions
  • Observations and knowledge services for the earth system
  • Earth system model, climate economy model and scientific policy


Prof. Qin Dahe

Chair, Vice President of CAST and Academician of CAS

Tian Qing

Chinese National Committee Contact