Start date: 01/10/2010
End date: 31/03/2014

Funded by:


Global Uncertainties

Associate Partner:
ISNGI banner

Award recipient:

Kate Cochrane
Newcastle Council

Work Stream 4: Stakeholder Engagement

(Leads: Brooke Rogers, Beverley Searle & Jonathan Rigg)

WS4 utilises the simulation model delivered by WS3 as an instrument for eliciting greater understanding of infrastructural resilience from relevant stakeholders in a series of Events and participatory focus groups. This information can be used to refine scenarios built in WS1 in a new cycle.

Academic outputs

Pearce, J. (2013) Human factors in critical national infrastructure resilience. Counter Terror Expo, Olympia London, 24-25 April 2013

Pearce, J. and Rogers, B. (2012) The role of human factors in enhancing current and future resilience of critical national infrastructure. SRA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, 9-12 December 2012.

Pearce, J., Krieger, K. and Rogers, B. (2012) Towards a resilient future: the role of energy and transport managers in enhancing infrastructure resilience. Themes in Emergency Planning, Response and Recovery (EM12) conference, Nottingham Conference Centre, 13 Nov 2012.

Rigg, J. and Salamanca, A. (2013, in press) Adaptation to climate change in Southeast Asia: Developing a relational approach, in: Philip Hirsch (edit) Routledge Handbook of the Environment in Southeast Asia, London: Routledge.

Button, C., Mias-Mamonong, M., Bernhard, B., and Rigg, J. (2013 [in press]) Vulnerability and resilience to climate change in Sorsogon City, the Philippines: Learning from an ordinary city?, Local Environment