Autores: Carolina Ojeda, Edilia Jaque
In this chapter, resilience is not considered to be a one-step process, as many policy frameworks have been proposed. We presented some trends in resilience and post-recovery management theoretical frameworks. Also, we suggested a possible cycle of post-disaster recovery that could be divided into three elementary principles: (1) encourage multihazard studies to understand the possible hazards that could impact the urban areas, (2) prioritize the investment in multiple platforms to encourage the monitoring in real time at high-risk areas including the social and ecological variables, and (3) promote the community resilience reinforcing the local-level volunteering and the three stages of resilience. Lastly, we presented two study cases from South Africa and Chile marked by the tsunamis and wetlands.
Resilience is not a one-step process: The importance to focus on the post-recovery phases at the Global South. In: Robert C. Brears (Ed). The Palgrave Handbook of Climate Resilient Societies. Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, Cham Online ISBN: 978-3-030-32811-5