After three years, the RESILENS project has just recently come to an end. In honour of that we wanted to revisit Dr William Hynes to see how his answers may have changed from his first Question & Answer session back in October 2015 and discover why! If you want to read his first Q&A, click [...]
To have a detailed look at content from the Critical Infrastructure Resilience 2018 Conference held on the 10th April 2018 Covent Garden 2, Auditorium Nowotny, Brussels, please follow the link below to access the summary DRS-7 Event Report: DRS-7 Event Report Download
Disruptive events as the risk of disaster from natural, technological, economic and social, constitute at present a complex reality. The cities have never been so exposed to this type of shocks, like nowadays. The increased frequency and severity of accidents and disasters that have occurred in recent decades worldwide, enliven the memory of the whole [...]
Future Analytics Consulting Ltd. (FAC) Coordinate Critical Infrastructure Resilience Conference in Brussels
RESILENS coordinated a joint DRS-7 event resulting in a successful Critical Infrastructure Resilience Conference at REA in Brussels on April 10th. Professor William Hynes and Dr. Sheryl Lynch (FAC and RESILENS) collated and edited a paper from world-leading researchers on behalf of the European Commission that was launched at the conference. Titled ‘White Paper on Resilience [...]
CML participates on the first meeting “Resilient Cities | From the disclosure to action,15th and 16th of February, in Setúbal.
CML participates on the first meeting "Resilient Cities | From the disclosure to action, 15th and 16th of February, in Setúbal. This meeting took place in the framework of the actions promoted by the Working Group 3: Resilient Cities of the framework of the Sub-Committee of National Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction, promoted by Portuguese National Authority for Civil Protection. In addition [...]