Smart Villages and Resilience to Natural Disasters

This report summarises the findings of a workshop on Smart Villages and Resilience to Natural Disasters. Co-hosted by the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, and the Smart Villages Initiative, the workshop brought together two communities of researchers and practitioners focusing on energy access and natural disasters to promote active discussion around key issues concerning smart villages and resilience to natural disasters. It also sought to draw out messages relevant to academic researchers and policymakers and make recommendations for future research questions.

Smart Villages, 2016

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WR18: Smart Villages and resilience to natural disasters

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