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CIR Brad Allenby Engineering Resilience - Shared screen with speaker view
Sandy Campbell
38:39
Please type in your questions, folks!
Frank Chambers
40:01
Defining efficiency for resilience depends upon the time scale used. How does one choose it?
Richard Moriarty
44:54
Clearly “money is resilience” but what roles do other factors - like true community vs dog-eat-dog approaches - have on resilience?
TRG
50:58
Thanks Brad. Always enlightening. You've addressed the social engineering and operational resilience implications of responding to COVID-19. What are your thoughts about the enduring impact of the coronavirus pandemic on human civilization?
Neal
55:33
Easy to understand how foreign divisive disinformation campaigns become an effective weapon.
CathyiPadAir
01:02:53
Brad, have you had the opportunity to review NM’s medical infrastructure plan and its implementation? Collaboration among providers and the state seems to have been very successful.
Richard Moriarty
01:10:59
Great idea for distant States, rather than bordering ones, to coordinate. In 1776, Massachusetts and Virginia coordinated to push independence. Are there existing models for how, for example, NM could institutionalize resilience systems with distant rather than bordering States.
Sandy Campbell
01:21:44
To download Brad’s presentationn:
Sandy Campbell
01:21:46
https://www.sfcir.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Santa-Fe-International-Council-on-International-Relations-Efficient-Resilience-2020-1.pptx
Sandy Campbell
01:31:25
Last call for questions!!