THE RESILENS APPROACH

 

Realising European Resilience for Critical Infrastructure

In an era that has seen critical infrastructure suffer from a multitude of high impact natural and manmade disasters there is a greater need than ever before to assess to the resilience of modern societies to withstand and recover from adverse events. The RESILENS project aims to further significant advancements in the resilience of critical infrastructure through practically applied research.

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Take part in Trinity College Dublin’s Research

A key output of the project will be the European Resilience Management Guideline. In order to develop a fit for ...
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Question & Answer with Irish Water’s Bill Nolan

Question and Answer…. with Bill Nolan This issue, to continue with our series of Question and Answer sessions with key ...
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CML – International Day for Disaster

International Day for Disaster Reduction – 13 October 2016 Following the appeal of the United Nations, on the 13 October ...
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