Resilience Solutions for Rural Aotearoa New Zealand

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State Completed
Duration 2014 - 2019
Project Leader(s)
Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research

Project Summary

The Resilience Solutions for Rural Aotearoa New Zealand project worked with stakeholders to co-develop innovate solutions for enhancing the resilience of rural communities. We collaborated with civil defence emergency management (CDEM) groups, lifelines agencies, government stakeholders and communities to:

  • co-create the latest scientific approaches to estimate the likely impacts to critical lifeline infrastructure, buildings, communities and industries from the initial earthquake and cascading hazards
  • translate and communicate technical science into useful, useable and used products for increasing disaster resilience
  • actively contribute to CDEM sector and community resilience-building initiatives

Project Alpine Fault Magnitude 8 (AF8) is one of the highlights of this work.

Resources from this project

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Vain hope or transformative possibility? Community action towards resilient and regenerative tourism futures in post-crisis Kaikōura.

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Advancing practical applications of resilience in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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Agrifood tourism, rural resilience, and recovery in a postdisaster context: Insights and evidence from Kaikōura-Hurunui, New Zealand

Fountain J, Cradock-Henry N, Buelow F, Rennie H. 2021. Agrifood tourism, rural resilience, and recovery in a postdisaster context: insights and evidence from Kaikōura-Hurunui, New…

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Economic and social reconnaissance: Kaikōura earthquake 2016.

Stevenson JR, Becker JS, Cradock-Henry N, Johal S, Johnston DM, Orchiston C, Seville E. 2017. Economic and social reconnaissance: Kaikōura earthquake 2016. Bulletin of the…

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Characterising rural resilience in Aotearoa New Zealand: a systematic review

Spector S, Cradock-Henry NA, Beaven S, Orchiston C. 2019. Characterising rural resilience in Aotearoa-New Zealand: a systematic review. Regional Environmental Change. 19(2):543-557. doi:10.1007/s10113-018-1418-3.

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Project AF8: developing a coodinated, multi-agency response plan for a future great Alpine Fault earthquake.

Orchiston C, Mitchell J, Wilson T, Langridge R, Davies T, Bradley B, Johnston D, Davies A, Becker J, McKay A. 2018. Project AF8: developing a…

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Elaborating a systems methodology for cascading climate change impacts and implications

Cradock-Henry NA, Connolly J, Blackett P, Lawrence J. 2020. Elaborating a systems methodology for cascading climate change impacts and implications. MethodsX. 7:100893. doi:10.1016/j.mex.2020.100893

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Climate adaptation pathways for agriculture: Insights from a participatory process

Cradock-Henry NA, Blackett P, Hall M, Johnstone P, Teixeira E, Wreford A. 2020. Climate adaptation pathways for agriculture: Insights from a participatory process. Environmental Science…

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Social Connectivity and Resilient Rural Communities.

Mackay M, Fountain J, Cradock-Henry N. 2018. Festivals as devices for enhancing social connectivity and the resilience of rural communities. In: Mair J, editor. The…

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Disaster risk reduction and indigeneity – reflections following the 2016 Kaikōura earthquake, Aotearoa New Zealand

McCarthy M, Langer ER. 2021. Disaster risk reduction and indigeneity – reflections following the 2016 Kaikōura earthquake, Aotearoa/New Zealand. Ecology and Society. Submitted.

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Analysis of damage data collected for wine storage tanks following the 2013 and 2016 New Zealand earthquakes

Yazdanian M, Ingham J, Kahanek C, Cradock-Henry N, Fountain J, Dizhur D. 2020. Analysis of damage data collected for wine storage tanks following the 2013…

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What you sow is what you reap? (Dis-) Incentives for adaptation intentions in farming.

Buelow F, Cradock-Henry N. 2018. What you sow is what you reap? (Dis-)Incentives for adaptation intentions in farming. Sustainability. 10(4):1133. doi: 10.3390/su10041133.

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