Resilience and the built environment

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The built environment is defined here in its broadest sense: it includes buildings, infrastructure and their relationship with their surroundings, which together constitute economic, natural, physical, social and cultural capital. But the built environment is also a complex socio-technical and socio-ecological system that operates at different scales, including individual buildings, neighbourhoods,...

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