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Resilience and risk multiadaptation: A method and a case study

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2023
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AESOP
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The term resilience is used in many disciplines due to its adaptability to theories of complexity, including economics, ecology, political science, cognitive science, new technologies and land-use planning. Consequently, Zolli and Healey's (2012) definition of resilience understood as "the ability of a system, company or person to maintain its fundamental purpose and integrity in the face of radically changed circumstances" integrates ecology and sociology and offers an overview of the multidisciplinary nature of the issue. It is also true that resilient spaces are spaces capable of adapting to change by contributing to their balance. This must be appropriately planned and managed also with the use of indicators capable of measuring the performance of cities. Therefore, the purpose of this study - carried out within the research project PRIN 2020 SUMMA is to define multiresilience and multiadaptation starting from the concept of resilience and adaptation and present the synthesis of a case study carried out with an ad hoc method. Keywords: multiresilience, multiadaptation, multirisk, sustainable urban design
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Book of proceedings: 35th AESOP Annual Congress Integrated planning in a world of turbulence, Łódź, 11-15th July, 2023
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