Why Resilience Engineers Must Consult With the Inhabitants They Work With

Why Resilience Engineers Must Consult With the Inhabitants They Work With

Why Resilience Engineers Must Consult With the Inhabitants They Work With

12/10/19

“Why do engineers working on resilience projects need to consult the inhabitants they work with?”

 

Engineers will be at the forefront of designing resilience projects. However, far too often these are completed without any input from the local inhabitants. This leads to problems, notably the implementation of infrastructure which does not suit the local environment. For example, a sea-wall might cut off a fishing community from their catch, or planned power shut-off from wildfires might disrupt the operations of a medical center. This is Why Resilience Engineers Must Consult With the Inhabitants They Work With.

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