Research projects within the Centre for Water, Communities and Resilience
An overview of our current and completed research projects.
For projects relating specifically to the International Water Security Network, please visit the International Water Security Network website.
Adaptation of urban infrastructure to enhance climate resilience in Nigeria
An international evaluation of the role of Chartered Surveyors in providing professional flood risk advice on commercial property
CCC-CATAPULT (Challenging the Climate Crisis: Children’s Agency to Tackle Policy Underpinned by Learning for Transformation)
Children's role in flood preparedness and resilience
Co-creating railway flood resilience: Applying the science of blue-green-grey infrastructure
Delivering and evaluating multiple flood risk benefits
Flood MEMORY (Multi-Event Modelling Of Risk and RecoverY)
Reducing floodwater ingress rates in buildings
Retrofit of sustainable urban drainage (SUDS) in CBD for improved flood mitigation
Organisational operational response and strategic decision making for long term flood preparedness in urban areas (SESAME)
Sustainable flood memory: Trialling digital storytelling as a form of adaptive learning and knowledge exchange for resilience in 'at risk communities'
Sustainable flood memories and the development of community resilience to future flood risk
Tourism and water scarcity: a gendered analysis in Labuan Bajo, Flores, Indonesia
VIP-CLEAR (Voices in a Pandemic: Children’s lockdown experiences applied to recovery)
Water insecurity and gender-based violence
Centre for Water, Communities and Resilience (CWCR)
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