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Open data infrastructure for resilience: a roadmap showcase and guide

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This roadmap and guide aims to help place data at the centre of discussions on urban resilience and disaster risk reduction. It has a particular focus on open data as a key enabler of the kind of collaborative problem definition, risk analysis and response that resilience action planning requires. It also highlights how investments in open data-based approaches combined with the use of geospatial data and geographic information systems (GIS) can generate strong resilience dividends for city authorities. 

Open Data Infrastructure for City Resilience has been developed as a resource for city officials with responsibilities that include urban planning, risk reduction, resilience building and civil contingency. It has been designed, therefore, to help cities to integrate open data policies and infrastructure into their wider city data strategies and the development of their resilience action plans.



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  • Open data infrastructure for resilience: a roadmap showcase and guide
  • Publication date 2018
  • Author(s) Harvey, Mark; Eltinay, Nuha; Barnes, Sarah; Guerriero, Rebecca; Caffa, Mathylde
  • Number of pages 116 p.

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