Understanding the resilience of lifelines for regional and remote communities | Natural Hazards Research Australia

Understanding the resilience of lifelines for regional and remote communities

Research theme
  • Resilient built environment
  • Resilient communities
Project type

Core research

Project status

In progress

This project will help improve the resilience of Australia’s lifelines by helping identify key data and research needs, and inform future work on lifelines at Natural Hazards Research Australia and other organisations.

Research team
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Lauren Rickards
Research leader
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Paul Ryan
Researcher
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Adriana Keating
Researcher
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Briony Rogers
Researcher
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Sujeeva Setunge
Researcher
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Xinghuo Yu
Researcher
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Kevin Zhang
Researcher
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Prem Chhetri
Researcher
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Shahrooz Shahparvari
Researcher
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Matt Duckham
Researcher
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Mayeda Rashid
Researcher
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Akvan Gajanayake
Researcher
Project details

Taking a cross-disciplinary, systemic approach, it will combine desk-top review, diverse stakeholder forums and an in-depth case study to explore the characteristics and enablers of (non)resilient lifelines, including their cross-sectoral interactions, and opportunities to reduce cascading, compounding and systemic climate change impacts.