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(REF RS27) A Resilience Strategy for the UN Sustainable Development Goals – A New Approach. Convened by Cranfield University, UK. - Shared screen with speaker view
David Denyer
29:44
Welcome to the session. Please feel free to put any questions or comments in the chat.
Larisa Schelkin
01:39:39
Thank you, Simon and Kenisha! THANKS to ALL!
James Waithaka-RESEARCH BEELINE
01:42:19
Awesome discussions...Glad to have attended. Resilience is key. Thank you.
David Denyer
01:42:34
Thanks James.
Karen Mahon
01:46:37
http://www.cultivate.ie/community-resilience/1324-sc this may be of interest to the group, looking at a community approachIf the UN were to set up a resilience agency, the cross pollination of academia/ govt/ business/ society might look at a structured approach with targets to build in resilience rather than a talk shop ( something not lost in the political 4 year cycle)
David Denyer
01:47:27
Thanks Karen - will look into it
Larisa Schelkin
01:48:07
Thanks, Karen!
Dinka Williet Nyuywiyni
01:48:41
So amazing and inspiring meeting
isabelle bekeredjian-ding
01:48:52
Thank you for the inspiring thoughts. I am sorry that I need to leave.
Simon Harwood
01:49:24
@Karen, @larisa please feel free to get in touch with us.
Mike Sutliff
01:51:32
https://cranfield.shorthandstories.com/resilience/index.html Cranfield University Resilience Grand Challenge
Larisa Schelkin
01:51:35
Thank you! Will do! @GlobalSTEMClass
Karen Mahon
01:52:02
Absolutely agree with David by nature people only react when there is a tangible feeling of crisis, and definitely there is a movement within business to build in resilience.. and it is the time to act on it with real and tangible solutions - must start with community and people and move up the ladder I would think.
Larisa Schelkin
01:54:45
Yes, agree, thank you, Declan!
Karen Mahon
01:55:07
Also might make SDGs more applicable in day to day actions of various agencies
David Denyer
01:56:13
Thanks Karen - agree bottom up approach to resilience - locally customised approach is crucial and also supported by 'top-down', strategic approach. There are examples of where this has worked in practice.
Simon Jude
01:59:23
On the topic of data, we are in the process of establishing an Urban Observatory on our campus, which will allow us to collect data to help understand the complex interactions in urban systems and start to unpick the 5 capitals and how they interact
Dinka Williet Nyuywiyni
02:00:10
Wow
Larisa Schelkin
02:02:52
Great discussion, thank you! Following up on Declan's comments (thank you, Declan!) - are there any current efforts using the AI-tools in our "tool-box" for resilience? Thanks!
David Denyer
02:03:26
https://cranfield.shorthandstories.com/resilience/index.html Cranfield University Resilience Grand Challenge - please get in touch.
Karen Mahon
02:09:27
Think you’re 100% David, if outcomes become the target, based upon SDGs, you can build a framework for resilience and possibly an agreed hierarchy of what takes priority
DCC
02:12:27
Thank you for this inspiring meeting.
Karen Mahon
02:12:28
Great discussion thank you!
Stephen Little
02:12:31
Thanks everyone
Elecia Bethune
02:12:32
Thank you
Larisa Schelkin
02:12:32
THANK YOU!!
My Duyen Trang
02:12:33
Thank you very much for sharing useful information.
Nani Lata
02:12:38
Thanks you :)
Slim Turki
02:12:42
Thank you all, have a nice evening
David Denyer
02:12:54
Thank you all!
Dinka Williet Nyuywiyni
02:12:54
happy to be here ,thank you all
Ashish Gosain
02:13:04
thanks a lot
Adhikaree SHARE INDIA
02:13:36
Thanks. Great ideas !
David Denyer
02:14:25
Thanks Declan and Team - I am signing off now. Declan - I am sure Simon H be in touch. David