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He Haerenga Mōrearea – A Hazardous Journey

Mātauranga Māori and mātauranga-a-iwi approaches to emergency management and decision making for disaster risk reduction.

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Social Vulnerability in Disasters: Who is being left out of our efforts to prepare for disasters?

A research team is investigating the impacts of disasters on vulnerable lives, including homeless people, low socio-economic renters, migrant communities and people who inject drugs.

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Law & Disasters – An Auckland Volcanic Field Case Study

Are we prepared for disasters? Instead of treating disasters as individual hazards, should we treat them as a pattern of events and legislate accordingly?

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Resilience of Aotearoa New Zealand’s Built Environment

An overview of our research to build resilience across New Zealand's vertical infrastructure (buildings) and horizontal infrastructure (utility networks).

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Earthquake-prone marae: Whānau-based solutions

How could a tailored approach to engineering reports achieve efficiencies and save money for individual marae communities with buildings deemed ‘earthquake-prone’?

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How can our coastal communities adapt to an uncertain future?

Our Coastal Hazards research team present their recent work on coastal adaptation using the ‘Dynamic Adaptive Pathways Planning’ approach.

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SMART Resilient Communities

Technology is transforming the communities we live in. How can we harness technology to help build our resilience to natural hazards and disasters?

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How do volcanologists forecast eruptions?

An overview of forecasting options and how they relate to Aotearoa New Zealand's volcanoes.

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Modelling Disruption

How the MERIT took helps communities understand the social and economic impacts of disruptive events, and assess mitigation options.

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Toitū te Whenua

How can mātauranga Māori and modern approaches to adaptation protect the cultural identity and wellbeing of Māori?

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He kai kei aku ringa – Disaster preparedness

How can whānau and communities determine for themselves how best to prepare, respond and recover?

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He Pito Mata – Food system security and resilience

Researchers and food security experts share insights on how we can make our food systems more resilient. How can we ensure everyone is fed, both before and after disasters?

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