Risk and Resilience
A critical examination and evaluation of theory, policy and planning practices associated with risk management and resilience.
|Prerequisites and Restrictions|| You must satisfy the following requirement(s):
What you will learn
After successfully completing this course, you’ll be able to:
- Identify and explain the important interactions between social, economic, bio-physical, environmental and cultural processes and issues associated with risk and resilience.
- Describe the disciplines, fields and frameworks of strategic significance to risk and resilience policy and planning.
- Competently compare and explain the advantages and disadvantages of single, multi-disciplinary, inter-disciplinary and trans-disciplinary approaches to the formulation and implementation of risk and resilience policies and planning.
- Recognise Aotearoa-New Zealand’s bi-cultural mandate, multi-cultural society.
- Outline the bi-cultural and multi-cultural implications for environmental policy and planning practice through an analysis of different disaster scenarios.
Dr Roy Montgomery
Department of Environmental Management[email protected]