Chicago Council on Global Affairs Features Michael Carter on Resilience+

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In basic terms, resilience is the ability to withstand shocks and stressors without lasting consequences. However, a growing body of research shows that resilience in itself may only be part of a of greater opportunity when the risk of weather-related disasters is what holds people back.

In this article on the Chicago Council on Global Affairs Food for Thought blog, MRR director Michael Carter describes the benefits of effective tools to manage risk and the potential to generate Resilience+.  

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