Urban Resilience: A New Smart Cities Objective

by Dominique Bonte | 1Q 2019 | IN-5357

Due to their very high population concentrations, cities are vulnerable to unpredictable disasters and catastrophes like earthquakes, tsunamis, volcano eruptions, flooding, food shortages, wildfires, hurricanes and typhoons, terrorist attacks, civil unrest, cyberattacks, war, diseases and epidemics, nuclear or chemical contamination, extreme air pollution, etc. The impact of these events on cities is two-fold:

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