Resilience for disaster risk management in a changing climate: Practitioners' frames and practices
Paulina Aldunce, Ruth Beilin, Mark Howden, John Handmer
Global Environmental Change | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2015
Awarded by Center of Resilience and Climate Research (CR)2, FONDAP
We thank "Becas Bicentenario" from the Government of Chile, the University of Chile, the University of Melbourne and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), Australia, for funding the present research. This publication also received the support of and is a contribution to the Center of Resilience and Climate Research (CR)<SUP>2</SUP>, FONDAP #1511009. We thank the Department of Community Safety, Queensland and the case study respondents, for their generosity and willingness to participate. This publication is based on PhD thesis study "Framing resilience: practitioners' views of its meaning and usefulness in disaster risk management practice".