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Resilience governance for infrastructure dependencies and interdependencies: a practical model for regional critical infrastructure resilience

Source(s):  Northeastern University (NU)

This report examines and assesses the governance of critical infrastructure resilience on a regional basis in the US and outlines lessons learned from recent US disasters. It provides two case studies of governance challenges in the Boston Metropolitan Area and the Cascadia Subduction Zone in the Pacific Northwest and identifies key barriers to building more resilient infrastructure governance structures.

This report then develops a framework for other communities looking to undertake their own resilience building efforts, with six key elements. By employing this framework, regions in search of a baseline process can adopt and develop these six elements to their communities’ unique needs and circumstances.



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  • Resilience governance for infrastructure dependencies and interdependencies: a practical model for regional critical infrastructure resilience
  • Publication date 2018
  • Number of pages 53 p.

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