Discover Key Elements that Strengthen Organisational Resilience

For 10 years, Resilient Organisations have been working with businesses, government and community organisations to discover and implement the key elements that strengthen organisational resilience, and we have now created a short video to give an insight into what we have been learning. ​ Resilient Organisations (ResOrgs) is a public-good research programme based in New Zealand. We have been researching what makes organisations resilient to crises since 2004. ResOrgs is a collaboration between top New Zealand research universities, particularly the University of Canterbury and the University of Auckland. We are funded by the Natural Hazards Research Platform and supported by a diverse grou

Councils tag LIMs over possible sea rise based on questionable science

Will climate change sea rise threaten small coastal communities like Gore Bay on the eastern coast of the South Island more than in the past? The coastal hazard proposal in the review limits intensification (including new building and subdivision) in areas likely to be susceptible to coastal erosion within the next 50 years, or vulnerable to sea water inundation associated with a one in 50 year storm event. Less restrictive controls are proposed for areas identified as potentially susceptible to coastal erosion within the 50-100 year period or vulnerable to sea water inundation in a one in 100 year storm event. The new coastal hazard rules assume a one metre sea level rise over the next 100

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