Browsing by Author "Connelly, Angela"

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  • “The best flood I ever had”: Contingent resilience and the (relative) success of adaptive technologies

    Connelly, Angela; O'Hare, Paul; White, Iain (Elsevier, 2020)
    The practical operationalisation of resilience within cities is strongly linked to technology, such as better construction materials or redesigning urban form. Institutional and private sector actors often focus on issues ...
  • Flood resilience technology in Europe: identifying barriers and co-producing best practice

    White, Iain; Connelly, Angela; Garvin, Stephen; Lawson, Nigel; O'Hare, Paul (2018)
    Flood resistance (FRe) and resilience technologies hold considerable potential to limit the damage caused by flooding. Resistance technologies generally aim to keep water out of buildings, while resilient measures may allow ...
  • Insurance as maladaptation: Resilience and the "business as usual' paradox

    O'Hare, Paul; White, Iain; Connelly, Angela (Sage Publications Ltd, 2016)
    Insurance and compensation are cited as critical elements of resilience to natural and non-natural hazards alike. As a strategy of risk management, it emphasises peace of mind, financial recompense and the swift restoration ...
  • Insuring we fail? flood risk, vulnerability and the limits to 'bouncing back'

    O'Hare, Paul; White, Iain; Connelly, Angela (Town and Country Planning Association, 2017)
    By promoting ‘business as usual’ rather than adaptation in the face of increasingly severe flood events, flood insurance can act to embed risks in the built environment and prevent the installation of measures to mitigate ...
  • Testing innovative technologies to manage flood risk

    Connelly, Angela; Gabalda, Vincent; Garvin, Stephen; Hunter, Katy; Kelly, David; Lawson, Nigel; O'Hare, Paul; White, Iain (ICE Publishing, 2015)
    The move towards multi-faceted approaches to flood risk management is cemented in the European Union (EU) floods directive (directive 2007/60/EC). Across Europe, resources are diverted towards softer interventions such as ...

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