Community resilience practice
Economic activity is the lifeblood of communities at any scale, from remote villages to mega cities. That economic activity is enabled by, and to a large extent depends upon, the critical infrastructure systems that supply water, electricity, sewage treatment, transport, and all the other basic services.
Critical Infrastructure is subject to many different stresses and shocks that can impair its performance and have direct and negative effects on economic activity. When this happens there are direct impacts on civil society and the fabric of the community as a whole.
RiskLogik understands this and has the capacity to analyze and model community resilience in all its aspects. From groundbreaking work on the optimum balance of investment between resilience and sustainability, the optimum configuration for resilient and sustainable vertical communities, to resilience solutions for remote northern communities, we offer compelling insight and auditable analysis leading to innovative solutions for community resilience.
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