New paper on conflict-resilience for critical infrastructure peacebuilding

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:

Authors: Dr Stergios Aristoteles Mitoulis, Dr Sotirios Argyroudis, Dr Mathaios Panteli, Dr Clemente Fuggini, Dr Sotiris Valkaniotis, Dr William Hynes, Dr Igor Linkov

More info about our work for Ukraine can be found on our research initiative: -for a resilient and sustainable Ukraine

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