In our new article published in Sustainable Cities and Society we present a new framework for the resilience informed prioritisation of critical infrastructure recovery in wartorn countries. We discuss the challenges to existing resilience frameworks and the value of standoff and ground-validated data in peacebuilding. The framework is applied for the case of damaged bridges in west Kyiv in Ukraine, showing how resilience analytics and intelligence from crowdsourcing during a conflict can optimise decision-making and resources allocation.
The article “Conflict-resilience framework for critical infrastructure peacebuilding” is open access: https://lnkd.in/eqHmM7WW
Authors: Dr Stergios Aristoteles Mitoulis, Dr Sotirios Argyroudis, Dr Mathaios Panteli, Dr Clemente Fuggini, Dr Sotiris Valkaniotis, Dr William Hynes, Dr Igor Linkov