PA42A - Science to Action: Measuring Resilience Progress and Outcomes: A Discussion Between Theory and Practice I
Lecture Instructional

The past decade has marked a significant increase in public discourse around communities’ efforts to address shocks and stresses, particularly those related to climate change and natural disasters. Multiple scientific disciplines have contributed to the proliferation of community resilience data, information, methods, and tools. These efforts have been accompanied by unique methods to measure progress and resilience outcomes on short- and long-term time scales. This session will provide a forum where researchers can present their latest findings in advancing the science of measuring resilience and where practitioners and community leaders who are responsible for implementing these measures can talk about their challenges and successes. The session will include a dialogue between researchers, practitioners, and community leaders to identify where future research is needed to supply communities with accurate and decision-relevant measures of resilience.

December 2019

From Thursday, 12 December 2019 10:20 AM

To Thursday, 12 December 2019 12:20 PM

Moscone South
301-302, L3