Mitigation may refer to:

  • mitigation of global warming in climate science
  • environmental mitigation in public administration; also, in particular:
    • Mitigation banking
    • The Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000
  • disaster mitigation in emergency management; also, in particular:
    • Flood mitigation
    • Landslide mitigation
    • Hurricane mitigation
  • mitigation of political risk in political science
  • defense against computer insecurity
  • Mitigation (law), the opposite of aggravation in law.

Other articles related to "mitigation":

Sockstress - Mitigation
... the currently most effective means for mitigation ... Using IPsec is also an effective mitigation ... According to the Cisco Response the current mitigation advice is to only allow trusted sources to access TCP-based services ...
Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges And Decisions - Key Messages - Long-Term Strategy
... Rapid, sustained, and effective mitigation based on coordinated global and regional action is required to avoid dangerous climate change regardless ... Delay in initiating effective mitigation actions increases significantly the long-term social and economic costs of both adaptation and mitigation ...
Central Utah Project Completion Act - Title III
... the Central Utah Project Completion Act created the Utah Reclamation Mitigation and Conservation Commission and gave it responsibility for coordinating and planning of ...

Famous quotes containing the word mitigation:

    Law is a thing which is insensible, and inexorable, more beneficial and more profitious to the weak than to the strong; it admits of no mitigation nor pardon, once you have overstepped its limits.
    Titus Livius (Livy)