Ten Principles of Resilience Building

Created: 10/27/2020 -

Abstract

This report is a 2018 ULI publication which summarizes the key themes posed by ULI’s resilience work in the years since Hurricane Sandy, with a particular focus on ULI’s resilience-focused Advisory Services work. ULI has a long history of helping communities respond to the rebuilding challenges posed by disasters, as well as determine strategies for more resilient land use and development approaches in advance of disasters.

The report considers the economic, environmental and social factors which contribute to resilience, and how the concept of resilience translates to the private sector, municipal decision-makers, and communities. Ten Principles for Building Resilience equips ULI members, city officials, city leaders and the public to address vulnerabilities and enhance resilience as relevant to their communities, real estate projects and broader civic involvement.

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Organization(s)

ULI, the Urban Land Institute, is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit research and education organization supported by its members. Established in 1936, the Institute today has more than 35,000 members worldwide, representing the entire spectrum of the land use and development disciplines. ULI relies heavily on the experience of its members. It is through member involvement and information resources that ULI has been able to set standards of excellence in development practice.

Keywords

Adaptation Phase
Awareness
Sharing Lessons
Scale
Multilateral / Transboundary
Sector Addressed
Climate Justice
Economics
Land Use Planning
Type of Adaptation Action/Strategy
Capacity Building
Infrastructure, Planning, and Development
Target Climate Changes and Impacts
Culture / communities
Economics
Storms or extreme weather events
Region
North America