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Societal Resilience

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Marcus Abrahamsson

on 12 September 2016

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Transcript of Societal Resilience

Operationalising
Societal Resilience

Anticipating
Recognizing
Adapting
Learning
The capacity of a human-environment system to continuously develop
along a preferred expected trajectory,
while remaining within human and environmental boundaries
Monitoring
Assessing
Preventing
Mitigating
Preparing
Responding
Recovering
Can we prevent everything?
Why/why not?
Exemplify
Are all events possible to mitigate?
Why/why not?
Exemplify
Prepare for
response
and
recovery
Planning
Resources
Training and exercises
Early warning systems
R&R mechanisms & Coordination
Info management systems & communication
Learning
Function
Form
1. Knowledge, skills, tools and other resources
2. Organisation on all levels
3. Rules, regulations and other formal institutions
4. norms, values and other informal institutions
Elements
Purpose
Continuously develop along a preferred expected trajectory
Protect what human beings value, now and for the future
Risk assessment
Forecasting
Formal / informal
Experiential / analytical

Evaluating actual events
How the system works in general
Action - reflection
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