Resilient Action Items, Resilience Roundup April 20, 2018

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The Resiliency Institute’s Resilience Roundup


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Resilient Action Items
Roundup for April 20, 2018


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Community Resilience   Resilient Action Item

Gentrify or die? Inside a university’s controversial plan for Baltimore.

The Guardian. Three years after the death of Freddie Gray, the renowned Johns Hopkins medical school is transforming a vast 88-acre section of Baltimore out of what it calls ‘enlightened self-interest’. Will it work – and is it right?

Business Resilience   Resilient Action Item

Uncovered losses hurt U.S. small business in wake of 2017 storms.

Reuters.com. Small businesses in the United States struggled with uninsured damages and lost revenue following a record-breaking year of hurricanes and wildfires, according to a Federal Reserve survey published on Tuesday.

Disaster Recovery Resilient Action Item

How floating architecture could help save cities from rising seas.

NBC News. From New York to Shanghai, coastal cities around the world are at risk from rising sea levels and unpredictable storm surges. But rather than simply building higher seawalls to hold back floodwaters, many builders and urban planners are turning to floating and amphibious architecture — and finding ways to adapt buildings to this new reality.


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Bonnie Canal, MBCP go to expert on resilience. She is a nationally recognized leader in resilience innovations and strategies, and is the founder and Managing Partner of The Resiliency Institute, LLC (TRI).With her strategic work session with organizations and government officials, she has developed and delivered energizing programs that deliver results. She helps busy professionals prevent burn out while building a more resilience lifestyle.

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