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Urban Resilience Case Studies – Social, Ecological, Technological System Pairs - May 21, 1:15 pm (EDT)

Allison Friedman MA, United States 0 Ratings 333 Discussions 88 Group posts

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Urban Resilience Case Studies – Social, Ecological, Technological System Pairs

May 21, 2015 1:15 PM – 2:45 PM EDT This is the second webinar in the “Along the Urban Path” four-part webinar series, a collaborative effort between Arizona State University and The Security and Sustainability Forum.Along the Urban Path serves as​ ​a practical primer on the burgeoning topic of urban resiliency. Attendees will take home points that go beyond the vernacular to get to what “resiliency” actually means now, and what it could achieve for the future. Presenters representing different disciplines will then take participants down different avenues using three resilience mechanisms — social, ecological, and technological – and where these avenues converge. The result will be a workable framework using S.E.T.S. (Social, Ecological, Technological Systems) that decision makers can use in planning for a more sustainable future.

For more information: http://securityandsustainabilityforum.org/urban-resilience-case-studies-social-ecological-technological-system-pairs-6380

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