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Resilient infrastructure in the Anthropocene
preprintposted on 30.03.2022, 21:31 by Gabriela Manrique RuedaGabriela Manrique Rueda, Benoît Dupont, Clifford Shearing
We use a broad range of material such as policy outlines, academic literature, and journalistic research to look at the impacts of natural disasters on critical infrastructures as well as on developments in creating resilient infrastructures, focusing on examples in the United States and Canada with a focus on a case study on Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico in 2017. This case study is based on a scoping review of the academic and grey literature on Hurricane Maria, its impacts on Puerto Rico and the response and recovery to the crisis.
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. [grant number 957376]
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Lead author countryCanada
Lead author job roleHigher Education Researcher
Lead author institutionInternational Centre for Comparative Criminology
Ethics statementThis project has an ethical certificate from the University of Montreal. This paper is based on documentary data and analysis. Any human subject was interviewed or observed.
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