What initiatives for resilience already exist in South East Queensland?
This workshop to explore resilience, in the context of being better prepared for future natural hazards and better managing event impacts, not only considered what the challenge are as our local communities in SEQ grow and we live through periods of changing weather conditions – but also spent some time at the end of the workshop reflecting on what is already in place.
In small groups of 5 to 7 participants, a rich picture of existing activity in SEQ was listed and drawn. Click here for the details of each group and as you reflect on each group response it is interesting to see both a common set of activity – but also some diversity in the listings – which reflected the different roles and organisations of the participants.
Encouragingly, SEQ already has plenty in place. Is it enough, do we need more, are their key gaps and what are the next steps?
We would enjoy any further additions or response – so please join the discussion at the LinkedIn – Flood Community of Practice Group.