To oversee the implementation of the policy, the DOE is strengthening the Inter-agency Task Force on Securing Energy Facilities through the creation of the Task Force on Energy Resiliency
What is not really addressed is that these programs all seem to assume that there is a certain "model" of resiliency
and that if everyone is brought up to that "model-level" with these compensatory programs, everyone is the better for it.
The new flood protection system will also complement the City's $20 billion resiliency
plan already underway around the five boroughs, including the East Side Coastal Resiliency
Project being built from Montgomery Street north to East 23rd Street.
An article on psychological resiliency
written by Michele M.
This article portrays resiliency
as an overarching concept that affects capabilities and systems differently depending upon the situation.
Topics addressed include: current resiliency
research, the Five Levels of Resiliency
, responses of those in Japan to the tsunami and nuclear crisis, how to create emotionally supportive organizational cultures, the three stages of transition and practical ways to take care of oneself and one's families.
Recommendation: The Secretary of Homeland Security should assign responsibility to one or more organizations within DHS to determine the feasibility of overcoming barriers and developing an approach for disseminating information on resiliency
practices to CIKR owners and operators within and across sectors.
literature points to the brain as being hard-wired for resilience.
is much more than just a shield against excess pressure.
Exhibit 2 summarizes capital planning for resiliency
, The process has three phases: identifying needs, prioritizing needs, and funding.
Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of increasing resiliency
among adolescents via a multidisciplinary approach to substance abuse.
Those admitted into the program develop the resiliency
and stamina necessary for success within a student cohort.