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Exploring what helps make urban areas resilient to natural and man-made shocks and why some places are more able to withstand shocks than others.

Parameters of resilience: the fundamentals don’t change but the findings might.

2020-04-01T12:59:18+00:00March 23rd, 2020|Categories: Economic resilience, Urban resilience|Tags: , , |

Economic resilience has been described as a fuzzy concept. Asking some simple questions, such as the resilience of what, to what and for whom can help to bring clarity. This will help policy-makers determine what path they should chart [...]

Drilling dialogues: conversations about drilling professionalism and the rise of the off-grid city

2020-03-24T21:20:04+00:00March 23rd, 2020|Categories: Urban resilience, Water resilience|

Professionalism across the drilling industry is an over-looked factor in groundwater stewardship. It takes on an increasing significance as urban households across sub-Saharan Africa access groundwater reserves directly to self-provide their own water supplies. The African Water Association [...]

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