As they strive to grow and prosper into the 21st century, communities around the world can expect a diverse and increasingly complex and destructive array of security and resilience challenges. As the disruptive forces facing modern society persist and change over time, so must the theories, policies and programs designed to counter them.
Confronting these challenges requires cooperation across disciplines and borders, and overcoming them will be impossible without an environment where communication, information exchange, and the sharing of knowledge is facilitated and encouraged. In a world where critical infrastructures are globally interconnected and disasters transcend political borders, this effort must not be confined within university departments, company boardrooms, or government agencies.
GRI’s Global Resilience Research Network is designed to provide a forum for collaboration on resilience-building efforts among thought leaders, researchers, technical experts, policymakers, and practitioners throughout the world.
To inquire about joining this network, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Global Resilience Research Network” in the subject line.
Network Member Publications
Evaluating Flood Resilience Strategies for Coastal Megacities
PROGRESS Project: Improving the Resilience of Satellite Ground Station Infrastructures
Toward a gender diverse workforce in the renewable energy transition
Transitions in climate and energy discourse between Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy
Resilience Engineering as Part of Security Research: Definitions, Concepts and Science Approaches
Susceptibility, vulnerability, and averaged risk analysis for resilience enhancement of urban areas