Florin-Constantin Mihai

"Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi

Florin-Constantin Mihai holds a PhD degree in Geography (2013) with maximum distinction from the Department of Geography, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi (Romania), and BSc and MSc degrees in Environmental Science. He has published papers in international peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings, and book chapters on various topics regarding environmental and waste management issues. His research aims to develop new methods and indicators to assess key environmental issues across various geographical scales. His research interests include environmental geography, waste management, pollution, sanitation, sustainability, circular economy, public and environmental policies, spatial analysis, and rural and regional development. He has previously edited the following books: “E-waste in Transition: from Pollution to Resource”, “Solid Waste Management in Rural Areas”, and “Environmental Risks”. These are available at https://www.intechopen.com/.

Florin-Constantin Mihai

3books edited

5chapters authored

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Environmental risks are a multi- and interdisciplinary topic with a great interest in current society. This book examines the issues of natural hazards (e.g., typhoons, landslides, wildfires), anthropogenic activities (construction of artificial dams, the operation of nuclear power plants), and their potential risks to the environment and/or quality of life at various scales, from local to regional and even at a global level. The book intends to discuss concepts, methods, and techniques to address environmental risks and vulnerabilities, revealing the complex interactions between nature and human communities and activities. Policies and practices for disaster risk management should be based on the best state-of-the-art methods and techniques, integration between natural and/or social approaches, interdisciplinary research, and multilevel cooperation.

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