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UiA har vedrktøy for krisehåndtering Television feature

Video / Norwegian language produced by NRK

16 October 2017

The southern Norwegian city of Kristiansand suffered widespread damage from severe flooding this month, but the city is bouncing back with optimism. “We are creating tools that cities can use to prevent disasters, and to be prepared for when they occur. It is also important that cities learn from each other's experiences, good and bad," said Professor Jose J. Gonzalez, the University of Agder (UiA).

An evening news feature shows how the UiA is working to support Kristiansand in better preparing for severe weather and to build resilience, going into detail on the SMR project.

 


 

City of Glasgow Video interview

Video / English language produced by ICLEI

27 June 2017

Glasgow City Council is working closely with the University of Strathclyde as well as its Tier 2 counterparts, Rome and Riga, to implement the ambitious goals laid out in its Resilience Strategy as well as holistically building resilience across its diverse community.

"The process of co-creation with other European cities is really important for Glasgow," explained Frankie Barrett, City of Glasgow. "Being able to explore challenges that we share together: things like climate change, increased urbanisation, ageing infrastructure, changing populations and being able to use tools like the Risk Systemicity Questionnaire to explore those complex issues, bring together stakeholders and strengthen partnerships has been really important for Glasgow."


 

City of Donostia Video interview

Video / English language produced by ICLEI

27 June 2017


 

City of Kristiansand Video interview

Video / English language produced by ICLEI

27 June 2017


 

Resilience Information Portal Organisation video tutorial

Video / English language produced by CIEM and TECNUN

07 December 2016


 

Resilience Information Portal Organisation video tutorial

Video / English language produced by CIEM and TECNUN

07 December 2016

 

Resilience Information Portal User video tutorial

Video / English language produced by CIEM and TECNUN

07 December 2016

 

Resilience Information Portal User page video tutorial

Video / English language produced by CIEM and TECNUN

07 December 2016


 

Rome Social Dynamics Workshop organised by University of Strathclyde

Video / English language produced by City of Rome

23 February 2016

The Group Explorer (GE) session was run by the University of Strathclyde and took place on the 23th of February 2016 as part of a three-day workshop held in Rome on the topic of Social Dynamics. The session's main objective was to identify risks and problems derived from human dynamics, including challenges related to immigration, multicultural, poverty, population aging and dependencies. The session aimed to lead to a better understanding of how the identified risks related to one another and to the key risk themes from the point of view of project CITIES. 


 

Radio Euskadi: Boulevard Magazine interviews SMR coordinator José María Sarriegi, TECNUN
Radio interview / Spanish language: Donostia Tools Testing kickoff meeting

13 April 2016

Radio Euskadi: Boulevard Magazine interviewed José María Sarriegi, SMR project coordinator and professor of engineering at TECNUN, about the Smart Mature Resilience project and on the topic of urban resilience.

Interview begins at 05:00


 

Euskadi Irratia: Mezularia interviews SMR coordinator José María Sarriegi, TECNUN

Radio interview / Spanish language: Donostia Tools Testing kickoff meeting

13 April 2016

Euskadi Irratia: Mezularia interviewed José María Sarriegi, SMR project coordinator and professor of engineering at TECNUN, about the Smart Mature Resilience project and how SMR will support Donostia to address the challenges of climate change, urban infrastructure and social problems.


 

Radio San Sebastián interviews SMR Donostia city representative Kepa Korta and SMR coordinator José María Sarriegi, TECNUN

Radio Interview / Spanish language: Donostia Tools Testing kickoff meeting

13 April 2016

Hoy por Hoy San Sebastián interviewed Kepa Korta, project partner representing the city of Donostia/San Sebastián and director of Estrategia San Sebastián 2020 along with José María Sarriegi, SMR project coordinator and professor of engineering at TECNUN, as well as Martín Ibabe, councillor for Public Safety and Civil Protection, about the Smart Mature Resilience project and what it means for the city  on the occasion of the first tools testing kickoff workshop in Donostia. 


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