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Optimism in Crisis: Necessary? Useful? Honest?

By Renard Teipelke The defining features in Caracas, Detroit, and Metro Manila are different. But no matter if it concerns crime, bankruptcy, or disaster risks, the defining features are strongly related to urban crises. While some cities enjoy a status … Continue reading

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Again Disastrous Floods – Expectations, Probabilities, and Common Sense

by Renard Teipelke The Resilient Cities Congress in Bonn on the first weekend of June 2013 was thought of as an event where climate change, natural hazards, and urban resilience are discussed – most often with case studies from the … Continue reading

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