Urban resilience trade-offs: Call for case studies
Please answer the questions below about a specific urban resilience trade-off that you have come across in your work.
A resilience trade-off refers to actions, policies or projects that enhance the capacity to adapt to a threat, or reduce the exposure to a specific risk, but lead to a loss in other adaptive capacities or increase exposure. These case studies will not only be shared on the website (if you permit), but you will be contributing to a global urban resilience trade-off database.
What is the name of your trade-off? (short title or description)
What is your name?
What is your email address? (in case we have questions)
What city and country is your case study based in?
Are there any articles (popular or academic) about the case study that you can share a link to?
What is being made resilient to what?
What is negatively impacted as a result?
How would you classify this trade-off?
Trade-off between groups
Trade-off between threats/hazards
Please provide a short (approximately 500-800 word) description of the case study. If you agree below, this text will be posted on the Urban Resilience Research Network website.
Would you like your case study to be included on the website?
Can we use your name?
If possible, please provide an image to post along with your case study (please no copyrighted images)
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