SMART MATURE RESILIENCE
FOR MORE RESILIENT CITIES IN EUROPE

About SMR

Smart Mature Resilience is a multi-disciplinary research project working for more resilient cities in Europe. Researchers and cities come together to enhance cities’ capacity to resist, absorb and recover from the hazardous effects of climate change. 


The Tools

Risk Systemicity Questionnaire

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Resilience Maturity Model

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Resilience Engagement and Communication Tool 

User Manual   

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Latest outputs

Resilience Maturity Model online

The Resilience Maturity Model provides a common understanding of the resilience building process. Using the Resilience Maturity Model, CITIES are asked to consider CITY’s current status of resilience. The model then helps to identify the correct policies to implement in order for the CITY to evolve and move to the next maturity stage.

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Latest research

Policy Brief

The first SMR policy brief summarizes the key points to be articulated to policymakers to follow from the Smart Mature Resilience project. The policy brief presents the following main issue statements:

  •  European cities need to become more resilient
  •  Holistic assessment and decision-making in cities can enhance resilience in Europe

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Latest News

Fifth newsletter out now!

28 June 2017

The fifth edition of the SMR newsletter is out now. In this edition, read about our new online version of the Resilience Maturity Model, video interviews with each of SMR's 7 cities, the new Risk Systemicity Questionnaire, Resilience Information Portal, the launch of SMR's first standardisation process and the nomination of the SMR website for the Eurid web awards.

OUR PARTNER CITIES

 

 

Glasgow Bristol Donostia Rome Riga Kristiansand Vejle SMR - OUR PARTNER CITIES

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DISCLAIMER

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 653569.